High Sierra

The first standard format for CD-ROMs, named after the region surrounding Lake Tahoe high in the Sierra Nevada mountains where industry representatives gathered to propose specifications for the new format. The High Sierra format eventually mutated into the ISO 9660 format. See Compact Disc.

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