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Museum to Release Source Code for Apple's Lisa OS

  • December 28, 2017
  • By Developer.com Staff

The Computer History Museum has announced that sometime in 1918 it will release the source code for Apple's Lisa. Released in 1983 when it cost a whopping $10,000 (the equivalent of $25,000 in today's money), the Lisa was one of the first personal computers to feature a graphical user interface, mouse and file system.

The Lisa was a flop, but it has become something of a legend in computing history. And soon developers will have the chance to play around with the original code for the device.

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