Please feel free to add photos of your personal collection, interesting articles about vintage Apple products, discussion on classic Apple computers, Newtons, Macintosh, Lisa, etc.
Note for older Macs on System 6-7 setting your date to 2020+? There is a bug in the Control Panel that this SetDate app can help you with.
Basically just a couple images I made in GIMP, based on screenshots of macOS 13, System 6.0.8, and System 7.1 (The latter two from Mini vMac). Then I transferred the file over to the machine (first to my PowerMac G4, then to a zip disk that I boot the Mac Plus from). Finally I displayed the image on the actual Mac Plus
I don't really understand what you mean with the first one, but for the memory, the model name on the back of the machine is "Macintosh Plus 1MB", so for the model name in the window I wrote it without the space. However in the About This Mac window in macOS 13, there is a space between, "4 MB", so I wrote it that way as well. As for the different values, I upgraded it to 4MB RAM, but that doesn't mean it's not a 1MB model, as it says on the back. If it were an actual 4MB model, it would just say "Macintosh Plus" on the back.
And for the memory thing, it is just me nitpicking: Apple always had very precise policies on how to write things, and it looks weird to see two different writing on the same screen. Of course, your point being that they have been done 37 years apart...