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Although Leopard isn't due to hit store shelves until October 2007, Steve Jobs gave another preview at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. Out of the 300 new features, here are 14, most of which have already been announced. What Jobs did at WWDC was expand a little on each. While there are no "killer apps," what we see only heightens our anticipation more for that final release.
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Jobs did confirm that BootCamp would be included, and will include Windows drivers. A setup assistant creates a Windows partition on your hard drive, making setup much easier under Leopard. Now you can run Windows apps natively on your Mac. If you need to run the Windows apps concurrently with Mac, you'll need Parallels or VMware (available separately).