In early April, Apple Computer released a little piece of software that, upon first glance, was surely thought to be an April Fool's joke. “Macs do Windows too,” said the website. But it was true: any new Mac with an Intel processor is now fully capable of booting up and running Microsoft Windows natively. Scary! Or is it? How many times have I heard someone say, “I'd use a Mac, but I need to run AutoCAD?” or “I would love a Mac, but the PC renders faster,” or “The latest version of ...
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