Macintosh was introduced by Steve Jobs in 1984. It was the first mass-marketed personal computer that launched Apple. Much of the interface was inspired by Xerox, however they used a different system for closing windows. Instead of have the option to close a window in a drop down menu they created their own button for this. It was, however, a small rectangle on the top right of the window rather than an X. This was the first official close button. The minimize and maximize buttons were yet to come about.
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