Now Windows Users Can Have a Macintosh Computer!
I’ve always wanted a Macintosh computer, but I never bought one because I need a Windows operating system, and I’m not alone in that struggle. Many people I know would love to have an Macintosh computer, but they really just can’t do without a Windows operating system. Believe it or not, that’s no longer an issue.
You Can Run Windows on a Macintosh Computer
Now, thanks to a new decision from Apple Computer, Inc., people who purchase the new Intel-based Macintosh computers will now be able to install Windows operating systems on their computers. By downloading the Boot Camp beta software, Mac users will now be able to choose to run their computers on either the Apple platform or the Windows platform on startup. While the two platforms can’t be run simultaneously, users will be able to choose which OS they would like to run when starting their computers.
So What Does This Mean?
Now people who have always wanted a Macintosh computer but were never able to buy one due to the fact that they need Windows-only software can finally get their hands on the Macintosh computer they’ve always wanted.