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Boot Windows XP on a Mac

Contributed by guest blogger Ken Ristau

As a follow-up to my previous post on MacWorld's dual boot project, Apple has released a free, public beta version of its software called Boot Camp that allows Intel Mac users to run Windows XP natively on their computers. The software will be integrated into subsequent versions of Mac OSX. It's official folks. This is not emulation software. You can run Windows XP just as you do on a PC. The upside for the Mac is tremendous. As it seems doubtful that Mac will ever let it's software legally run on PCs, buying Mac will be the only legal way to run Windows XP and OSX natively on the same computer.


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