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February 7, 1999


By CBR Staff Writer

Apple’s proud boast that, since their introduction in 1984, Macintosh computers have had the ability to make the transition to the year 2000 rings increasingly hollow in the wake of Canada-based Pedagoguery Software’s discovery that Macintosh software is as susceptible to the Millennium date change as the rest of the industry. Macintosh’s much-vaunted operating system, if used improperly by an application, could be corrupted. Apple’s Year 2000 web site ( says that most applications can handle internally generated dates correctly all the way to the year 29, 940.

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