Quicktime videos about various Mac OS apps

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Canvas 3.0
Deneba's Doug Levy presenting what was perhaps the best graphics program for the Mac back in 1991. This video shows a lot of the new features with Canvas version 3.0, like enhanced text manipulation and object transformations.

68K & PPC
320x180 - 52.3 MB

PowerPC only
640x360 - 80.1 MB
Claris Resolve
Touted as an Excel killer (yet another ...) this one faded quickly into obscurity, with Claris focussing on Claris Works instead. Still, Brian McDonnell from Claris makes good effort in highlighting Resolve's features in this Computer Chronicles episode.

68K & PPC
320x180 - 35.4 MB

PowerPC only
640x360 - 74.88 MB
Soft Windows 1.0
With the first PowerPC Macs it suddenly became possible to emulate Windows 3.1 at decent speeds on a Mac. In 1994, Zdravko Podolski from Insignia Solutions showed off Soft Windows 1.0 on the Computer Chronicles. It was cool, yet still slow and limited.

68K & PPC
240x136 - 29.0 MB

PowerPC only
480x272 - 51.5 MB
Photoshop 3 for PowerPC Macs
Adobe's John Peck presents Photoshop 3.0, the first version to support PowerPC Macintoshes natively. It was also the first version to offer layers (imagine, there was a time without!).

68K & PPC
240x136 - 41.9 MB

PowerPC only
480x272 - 75.9 MB
Excel 5 for PowerPC Macs
Microsoft's Joan Morse presenting Excel 5 on a (then) brand-new Power Macintosh 7100, showing some of the new features like an improved sorting, pivot tables & more.

68K & PPC
240x136 - 36.8 MB

PowerPC only
480x272 - 74.2 MB
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