Windows XP on Mac Gives Gamers Best of Both Worlds

Even if Boot Camp does boost sales of Intel-based Macs, Microsoft will not suffer. After all, in order to run Windows on a Mac, you actually have to buy a full install of Windows, which can run between US$200 and $300, depending on which version you decide to use. No, the real loser could be […]

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Even if Boot Camp does boost sales of Intel-based Macs, Microsoft will not suffer. After all, in order to run Windows on a Mac, you actually have to buy a full install of Windows, which can run between US$200 and $300, depending on which version you decide to use. No, the real loser could be a company like Dell computer.

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