Steve Jobs NeXTSTEP Release 3 Demo By guithzach / December 24, 2012 Steve Jobs demoing the NEXT operating system. Many of the features shown here are now in Macintosh OSX. Video Rating: 4 / 5 You may also like Microsoft SteadyState Leaves Institutions in Unsteady State Alternative Freeware to the Rescue By TheardSherburn495 / July 25, 2013 Ad guru Lee Clow talks Steve Jobs and Apple at PTTOW media summit By PikulaMoravick681 / June 17, 2013 What You Can Learn From Steve Jobs By sinyexilleree / June 17, 2013 The Lost 1984 Video young Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh By DriennySlinia / June 5, 2013 Steve Jobs inspirational Quotes: Follow Yur Heart By maddjuct72 / June 4, 2013 Post navigation RealEstateSwap.com Announces Cash Offer Services for Local Cities and States Throughout the United StatesAdobe Digital Marketing Summit EMEA 2012 Highlights! 25 thoughts on “NeXTSTEP Release 3 Demo” Network marketing makes many people rich each year .You don’t have to be the next Steve Jobs to make money online. I can guide you, step by step, how you can start earning today. Visit Proper Income dot com. Sincerely, John David Log in to Reply Network marketing makes more millionaires a year than any other industry. You don’t have to be the next Steve Jobs to earn online through it. I can be your mentor and teach you how you can start earning today. Visit Proper Income dot com. Sincerely, John David Log in to Reply It’s funny hearing Steve say “Better than PCs and Macs” lol Log in to Reply That word processor is actually better than the last release of Microsoft Word 😀 Log in to Reply It really is irritating, how a product 20 years old is about 10 button designs away from today’s Mac OS X. This man really knew what was coming before anybody else had even dreamed of it. Log in to Reply That’s either a fantastic troll, or the stupidest comment I’ve seen today. Thumbs up if you think its the latter. Log in to Reply This is the early stages of what we now know as OSX. Log in to Reply Did I just hear Steve Jobs trash talking a Macintosh? I know exactly why, but it still sounds very weird for him to be talking about a Mac as an inferior machine. Log in to Reply ..perhaps early 90s but still Log in to Reply Light years ahead for the late 80s Log in to Reply Uhhh Active Directory is a copy cat of Novel’s NDS. Yeah remember NDS for NT. You probably don’t because of your statement. Look it up. Log in to Reply All in all a perfect software package and still faster than GTK based apps xD Log in to Reply Yup, people who do high-end video are on the PC. Not using Avid, etc. on OSX. You’re right. Nobody does serious near-line or post production on the Mac. You must be a genius. Log in to Reply It’s called OpenLDAP. What am I missing here? Log in to Reply There is one thing that no UNIX, no Linux, No Apple could ever come up with better ACTIVE DIRECTORY. Apple even dropped Xserve LOL, no one has the balls to make a better Active Directory such as Windows Server or Novel’s system. WE NEED an open source Active directory. Log in to Reply Mad fanboys gota love them . Apple gave up, hear me GAVE UP ON MAC OS9 and went to unix ( aka FREEBSD because they did not want to pay licences to the SCO group for the original UNIX). How many developers dropped apple ? dozens when apple screwed them over with the switch, then yet again with the Intel switch. That is why Apple left the computer business as they knew the developers are not there anymore and went to phones which is more profit. All the high en Cad ,Video, graphics ony PC now. Log in to Reply That’s my point, he made me want to buy a machine that no longer exists! Do you feel better about yourself after telling me to “wake the hell up?” Log in to Reply You are 20+ years too late. Wake the hell up. Log in to Reply The Dock wasn’t part of the Amiga OS Log in to Reply Lots of people work on these kinds of systems can be a nightmare if you have incompetent employees or a number of incompetent managers messing up a network database. Log in to Reply See that ‘tracking’ text at the start…. It means it was recorded onto VHS (google it). This is about as good as it gets. Remember this was taken decades ago, no ‘HD’ around then! Log in to Reply This pre-dates Amiga OS 3.9 by at least a decade so the dock could not have been ripped off. Log in to Reply OS 3.9 came with a dock in 1999/2000 (?) but guessing from your username you probably knew that 🙂 I like it that Steve avoids mentioning the Amiga, He knows he’s screwed if people know that the Amiga does most the things NeXT OS does at only 500 bucks 🙂 Log in to Reply Anyway to get this video in HD? Log in to Reply Not all UNIX systems have the same interface, it would be difficult to tell if that interface was completely different by watching the video. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.