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System 7 Tune-Up 1.0 was released on January 13, 1992. It is not a complete system upgrade, but is a patch introduced by Apple for both System 7.0 and System 7.0.1 to handle low memory situations better.

If there isn't enough memory to run an application, Tune-Up was supposed to quit other applications not in use.  It also switched to foreground printing automatically if there wasn't enough memory available for background printing.

Besides these features, the tune-up freed system resources from memory that weren't currently enabled -- notably AppleTalk.  It also sped up network related activities, printing and, file copying.

Tune-Up also fixed known bugs with File Sharing and PrintMonitor corruption.

External References

TidBITS#3276


System 7
System 7.0.x: 7.0 | 7.0.1 | Tune-Up 1.0 | Tune-Up 1.1 | Tune-Up 1.1.1
System 7.1.x: 7.1 | 7.1.1 (Pro) | 7.1.2 | 7.1.2P
System/Mac OS 7.5.x: 7.5 | 7.5.1 | 7.5.2 | 7.5.3 | 7.5.3L | 7.5.3 Rev 2 | 7.5.3 Rev 2.1 | 7.5.3 Rev 2.2 | 7.5.4 | 7.5.5
Mac OS 7.6.x: 7.6 | 7.6.1
Performa Systems: 7.0.1P | 7.1P | 7.1P1 | 7.1P2 | 7.1P3 | 7.1P4 | 7.1P5 | 7.1P6 | 7.1.2P
← System 6 | System 7 | Mac OS 8 →

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