You know, the barrier that used to divide operating systems is almost a distant memory now. It's no longer this or that, but it's this and that. Thanks to virtualization solutions and Boot Camp, Intel Macs can now run any PC operating system, and the ability to have one machine that does it all is definitely something that appeals to many reasonable consumers. PC users sort of get the short end of the stick because besides Windows and Linux, there's still not a really good way to run OS X on a PC.
More details over at OS Weekly.
Virtualization and Portability: The New OS Reality
Posted on Wednesday, November 01 2006 @ 7:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck