Windows XP on Apple

5th May 2006 at 01:00
* Apple has just released software that enables the latest Apple Macintosh computers to run the Microsoft's Windows XP operating system. Provisionally known as Boot Camp, it's designed for Macs that use Intel processors and run the latest version of Apple's OSX operating system. Boot Camp is a beta program (still in development) and is available as a free 83Mb download.

Users also need a legitimate copy of Windows XP Service Pack 2

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