MultiFinder makes it possible to do multitasking, that is, run more than one application simultaneously on a Macintosh II as well as other models, such as the Mac SE.
With MultiFinder, it was possible to have access to tile stack, word processor, and MacPaint at virtually the same time.
I'm not dumping the PC clone that I use every day, for it has capabilities that I cannot yet find on a Mac, but MultiFinder was a revelation as to what DOS should do.
The use of MultiFinder was one reason, but only another million bytes would have made it possible to use that valuable tool.
The Learning Guide, which is furnished with it, provides numerous tips on the introductory pages: limiting document size, caution in using large font sizes, and discretion when using MultiFinder
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