| First personal computer to ship standard with a preemptive multitasking operating system|
(Window3.1 and Macintosh System 7.0 still support less-efficient cooperative multitasking).
|First personal computer to ship with a 32-bit operating system.|
|First personal computer to support more than 16-color output as a standard feature.|
|First personal computer with an inexpensive genlock option.|
|First personal computer to ship with a standard double-sided 3.5" disk drive.|
| First personal computer to include a two-button mouse as standard|
(the new Power Macs still don't, hehe).
|First personal computer to offer a choice of command line and graphical user interface.|
|First persoanl computer to include four-channel, digital sound on the motherboard.|
|First personal computer to ship standard with speech synthesis.|
|First (and unfortunately only) personal computer to ship with a keyboard garage.|
|First personal computer to include plug-and-play (AutoConfig) expansion cards.|
The preceeding information was pulled from the 100th issue of Amiga World.