Now you can officially boot Windows XP Service Pack 2 on your Intel Mac thanks to Apple’s Boot Camp. Apple Boot Camp will let you dual boot both OS X Tiger (10.4) and Windows XP Service Pack 2 (Home or Professional) on yourIntel Mac.
Boot Camp was initially slated for 10.5 (code named Leopard), however, was released early in public beta in response to the $13,000 contest to boot Windows on a Mac.
Boot Camp will only work on the new Intel Macs and will only boot the full versions of XP (purchased seperately) — no upgrade or Media Center edition.
Boot Camp will also create a CD of all the Windows device drivers you’ll need to get your Mac performing at its best.
Awesome! Now just as soon as they fix the issues with the first round of MacBooks, I’ll be chucking my Dell.
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