In a previous installment of “Toolbox,” I discussed Apple's move to open its new Intel-powered Macs to Microsoft Windows as well as OS X. Recently, I had the opportunity to use Boot Camp to install Microsoft Windows XP Home edition on a new 13.3" widescreen MacBook. According to Apple, the new MacBook is the replacement for both the iBook and the ultra-portable 12" PowerBook G4 (a model that was very near and dear to my heart). It has an Intel Core Duo 2.0 processor that is basically two ...
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