Macs do Windows, too

Now since Apple officially supports Windows on their Intel based machines I really think about getting one of them. If they manage to run both operating systems concurrently (like they could with Intels Vanderpool technology)… THAT would be the killer argument.

The thing is: It’s so not Apple. Why would they support the operating system they always bashed?


  1. #1 by Tim Pritlove on April 5, 2006 - 19:50

    Actually, they officially _do not_ support Windows. This is all totally unsupported. But they do put out 80 MB of drivers for Windows. We could call this “support” however.

  2. #2 by bietiekay on April 5, 2006 - 20:08

    well.. of course Apple does NOT support you when you have issues with Windows…but Apple DOES support Windows on their hardware – of course they do not support their own software…

  3. #3 by Venom on April 6, 2006 - 09:45

    Money makes the world go ’round…

  4. #4 by Andreas on April 11, 2006 - 23:28

    I just ordered one… dual core

  5. #5 by deedee on April 27, 2006 - 09:18

    I have one here now at home (MacMini DualCore) and it works like a charm (OSX10.4.6 and WINXP SP2), Bootcamp delivers all needed drivers for XP and an extra controlpanel for switching the systembootdrive. Its fast enough for most tasks and plays even HD-MovieContent. Looks very nice and is with its silence an ideal device for putting near the tv in your living room. With Frontrow or the other available mediacenter software and an eyetv dvb-t device its a nice and easy solution for your everyday needs in digital life… 🙂 If OSX 10.5 delivers true virtualization for seemless switching it would be nearly perfect.

  6. #6 by paul on October 12, 2006 - 16:38

    Apple has to support windows, Bill gates owns 40% of apple

  7. #7 by bietiekay on October 12, 2006 - 22:21


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