The Apple II is an 8-bit home computer introduced and regarded as one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products. First introduced in , it was the first consumer product sold by Apple Computer and the first model in the Apple II series which were produced until Apple IIe production ceased in November The computer, which featured Integer BASIC , was important in popularising home computing throughout the late s and s. Its success spurred a thriving publishing industry at the time which aimed at Apple II owners and carried articles teaching programming for the machine. Most Apple user groups published newsletters; some of these gained fame outside their local area. The best known of these were probably Call-A.

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By , the Apple II software industry was going full tilt, and was making millions of dollars. But these successful companies feared the same scenario faced by Bill Gates when he discovered the original BASIC he had written was being widely copied and given away at computer club meetings. To address this and sometimes just to keep programming secrets software publishers devised a number of methods to make it harder to pirate their products. This was good for the publishers, but was bad for the honest software-buying public because they could not make legal backups for themselves. To deal with this problem, some enterprising programmers created and sold software that made it possible to copy these protected disks, ostensibly for the purpose of making an archive copy in case the original went bad.


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