Munich - Macintosh users have a limited amount of time to download a free program that lets Windows XP run on Macintoshes.Apple says Windows XP can run on Macs now - Monday, April 17, 2006 -
Boot Camp is in a public beta version, an early form of the program. It can be downloaded at the http://www.apple.com website.
The new program requires a new Mac with an Intel processor chip, according to Apple in Munich. Additionally, it needs Mac's latest operating system, Mac OS X 10.4.6, and 10 free gigabytes.
Boot Camp users can decide when restarting their computers whether they want to boot up with the Windows XP or Mac OS X system. Apple has no plans to provide technical support for the program.
The final version of Boot Camp will be incorporated into Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard - a new operating system scheduled for release in August. - Sapa-dpa
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