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Re: Apple's Boot Camp Bests Competition Running Windows on Mac
Posted by: Robert Weston 2006-04-14 10:13:44
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For years, my desk has been cluttered by two computers -- one Macintosh and one PC. It's been an arrangement of necessity, as I prefer the Mac but sometimes need a Windows machine for work. So it was with great interest that I read about Apple Computer's launch last week of a program allowing newer Intel-based Macs to boot Microsoft's Windows operating system. A day later, another company unveiled software that runs Windows in Mac OS X at nearly full speed.


Re: Apple's Boot Camp Bests Competition Running Windows on Mac
Posted by: icuira 2006-04-14 12:56:12 In reply to: Robert Weston
There has been much talk about Windows programs running on Boot Camp but has anybody tested how it does with the one program that interests me? Dragon Naturally Speaking.
I have heard mixed reports on this. Also what about JAW's for Windows..used by folks that are low vision or blind.
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