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Windows XP on Macs - a bright move?

Posted on Thursday, April 13 2006 @ 15:06:55 CEST by

Silicon takes a look at Apple's Boot Camp:
Enabling Windows XP to run on a Mac may be Steve Jobs' boldest move yet. But, asks Seb Janacek, what is Apple hoping to achieve - and will it be successful?

Apple's announcement that Intel-powered Macs can now run Windows XP via a technology called Boot Camp caused a considerable shock last week. This is partially to do with the fact that the rumour sites didn't getting a sniff of it but mostly because the 5 April announcement sounded like a belated April Fool's joke. In many ways, it still does.
More info over at Silicon.com.



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