The last System to use the Macintosh File System; meaning that Files in Folders were not in sub-directories, but was "Bit-Tagged" to matching folders. There was only 1 Directory root- the main Root Directory. The FAT (File Allocation Table) was not a tree, but rather flat with "bit-tagged" files under their respective folders. Simple, Effective, but messy to repair when disks crashed.
The highest system was System 3.2 , the Finder was 3.2 for the MFS format.
Mac Users was limited to use Massive Storage Devices of 20 MegaBytes or less. Beyond 20 MegaBytes was useless, because the system didn't recognized anything beyond 20 megs.
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