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Chapter 25. Networking Mix and Match > Internetworking with Macintosh

Internetworking with Macintosh

The Apple Macintosh is arguably the computer of choice in the graphic arts and publishing worlds. Teetering on the edge of extinction a few years ago, Apple has staged an impressive comeback, and its recent product releases show it's back to stay. Apple's new G4 PowerPC computer outperforms the fastest Pentium machines by a factor of two to four and matches the original Cray 1 supercomputer in calculation power. So, seamless internetworking with the Mac will remain an important part of the Windows 2000 network.

Windows NT 4.0 Server brought AppleTalk file and printer sharing to the Windows world and with it a few headaches because of some significant glitches. The situation has improved in the Windows 2000 version.


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