Apple's Boot Camp and the Myth of Mac Software AvailabilityBy David Morgenstern | Posted 09-21-2006
Now, Apple and a growing number of virtualization vendors are pitching Windows compatibility solutions to the Mac masses. The rub? Most Mac users won't need any of these Windows programs.
Still, the choices for running Windows on the Mac keep expanding. Apple and virtualization vendors keep refining their different approaches.
According to the company, the update includes performance optimizations; compatibility with the forthcoming OS X v10.5, called "Leopard," and Windows Vista; and support for a wider range of USB devices.
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