Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 17th Aug 2006 15:45 UTC, submitted by rm6990
Mac OS X Apple released version 1.1 beta of its Boot Camp software that allows Apple users to run MacOS X side by side with Windows XP on an Intel-based Mac. The 202 MB download adds support for newly released Intel-Macs, simplified partitioning, the ability to install Windows XP on any internal disk, support for the Isight camera and built-in microphones, as well as improved Apple keyboard support. Apple says that users should create a new Macintosh Drivers for Windows CD and install the updated software it contains on Windows XP. According to Apple, this will not require the user having to reinstall Windows XP or Mac OS X. Elsewhere, Apple is preparing for the new Xserver cluster node.
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RE: much energy
by patrix on Thu 17th Aug 2006 17:38 UTC in reply to "much energy"
patrix
Member since:
2006-05-21

"apple is putting much energy in bootcamp, i think that soon will be per loaded and apple will offer windows as bto"

Bootcamp will come with OS X 10.5.

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RE[2]: much energy
by D3M0N on Thu 17th Aug 2006 17:54 in reply to "RE: much energy"
D3M0N Member since:
2005-07-09

But will they add Windows as a BTO option? I doubt it. It would jeopardize OS X IMO.

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RE[3]: much energy
by Mellin on Thu 17th Aug 2006 19:06 in reply to "RE[2]: much energy"
Mellin Member since:
2005-07-06

and i think microsoft would demand that windows has to be the default os

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