If I could run it on an external harddrive... then I would.revisionA said:Why the f not?
One less thing to have in my crowded room.
I only use PCs at work, and if I could dual boot my next PB then I could use it everywhere and never feel lonely...
PB keeps me warm... at least my lap.
I hear ya! Windows will be on another HD on my Macintel....games only. Two environments - Mac for creative/learning etc and Windows for games. And maybe a PS3 when it comes out too....and maybe MacOSX on the PS3! It's rumoured!James Philp said:For games, Yes.
Half life 2.
I don't think that dual-boot capability is the "most praised" feature at all - I think the potential performance improvements are. I will probably dual boot because I have to, and the new Macs will hopefully facilitate this so I won't have to buy two computers.RobHague said:It irritates me that the most praised 'feature' of a Mac with an Intel CPU is that people can 'Dual Boot' with Windows. Great for switchers my ass! It's not much of a 'switch' is it if your still using Windows . There comes a time when you just have to 'let go'