Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 16th Nov 2005 01:50 UTC, submitted by Jeremy
Apple ExtremeTech is featuring a How-To on building an OSx86 MacIntel machine that boots both OS X and Windows. On the same hardware, OS X booted almost three times faster than Windows, yet was a disappointment when playing certain games. Update: One more article about it.
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Nice thread
by Bringbackanonposting on Wed 16th Nov 2005 08:16 UTC
Bringbackanonposting
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2005-11-16

I love these topics, it brings out the MAC in everyone.
OSX for X86 is now free for everyone and will continue wether anyone like it or not, just like OSX for MAC was free from your friend on CD. EULA SHMUELA forget it. All I see here is the usual MAC people trying to feel good about themselves again and their precious money torn from their hands for their new G5 and Tiger (Growl). Oh, and I run Linux and not Windows. Oh and another thing, I did get tiger running on the same machine in less than an hour with 2D accell. Probably quicker than installing Windows. Why bother? Who cares. Just like the many readers who download Ubuntu DVDs run the livecd once then throw them in the bin - just looking I guess. I'll probably never run OSX, but then again I might and if Apple gives me the opportunity then I'll pay for my copy (probably hacked one too). You like that?

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