Like I predicted a few days ago, Microsoft is thinking about officially supporting Windows on Apple’s Intel Macs. According to The Wall Street, Microsoft said it is still studying whether it will offer technical support for Windows on Macs. “There are several open questions to address before we have a final answer,” says Kevin Kutz, director of Microsoft’s Windows client group told the publication. The report also notes that Apple’s Boot Camp requires a new copy of Windows XP, which it notes is available for suggested retail prices of $199 and $299. “It won’t work to use less-costly upgrade versions or software installation disks for PCs that users already have.” Update: Microsoft Watch’s Mary Jo Foley wonders who want’s Windows on a Mac, and why.