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Apple has announced Boot Camp, software that creates a hard drive partition for Windows XP and allows dual booting on Intel Macs. Boot Camp allows Intel Mac owners to install Windows XP and run Windows programs natively in a dual boot scenario. The program is available […]

Apple has announced Boot Camp, software that creates a hard drive partition for Windows XP and allows dual booting on Intel Macs. Boot Camp allows Intel Mac owners to install Windows XP and run Windows programs natively in a dual boot scenario. The program is available as a free trial beta and will be included in the next major version of OS X due later this year.

(via Computerworld)

  1. Tablet PC User Wednesday, April 5, 2006

    Good for apple! That guy from http://onmac.net/ must be hating himself for paying all of that $$ to develop what is now a free beta product! I hope that he made back the $$ from his work!

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  2. Well, maybe it’s the same guy? :)

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  3. This is something I will never understand. Why would you want to run Windows XP on a $2000 machine? Just do it on a $500 machine with equal processing power that is made for Windows!? You going to have nothing but problems with device drivers, hardware compatibility, etc.

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  4. how about the speed with the dual boot system? especially with windows running on enemy hardware. Does it support equal speed as mac.

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