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08-26-2008, 10:39 PM
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just want to know if it is gd or not ? i like windows aswell as apple but i only got an apple laptop. will windows vista run just like if i was on my dads pc. l

08-27-2008, 09:18 AM
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It is gd. I use it with Xp. It works. I

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Who want's to replace the Mac Software with Windows? :S Is there some spesific reason that you want to do that or?

08-29-2008, 05:45 PM
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Originally Posted by BenCredo View Post
Who want's to replace the Mac Software with Windows? :S Is there some spesific reason that you want to do that or?
It's not a case of replacing, BootCamp allows you to run multiple OS side by side. Specific reasons for doing so may include wanting to run a game that is Windows only.

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I've been using Parallels with OSX and had no problems. I have yet to try BootCamp, I probably should.

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I was curious as well because this was one of the features that made me order a Mac, and I have heard that it slows down your computer. Can anyone who uses Bootcamp confirm that?

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Ahh, thanks Gareth.

I missed the boothcamp part

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