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April 5, 2006

Apple Releases Software Allowing Windows to Run on Intel Macs

Apple has introduced a beta piece of software called Boot Camp that allows users to install Windows XP on Intel-based Mac hardware.  The program creates a set of hardware drivers for Windows, dynamically partitions the hard drive and walks a user through installation.  A Windows XP installation disc with Service Pack 2 is required.

Details are at MacWorld and PC Magazine.  Beta copies of Boot Camp are available here.  It's free.  OS and firmware requirements are listed at the site.

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