Now out is Boot Camp, software to enable Windows XP to run on anyIntel-powered Apple. CNET Editor Matthew Elliott takes a look at thebeta version of Boot Camp, which will be included in Mac OS X 10.5.
By ZDNet Staff
| April 5, 2006 -- 21:51 GMT (14:51 PDT)
| Topic: Enterprise Software
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