PC Market gets more Topsy TurvyPosted on April 5th, 2006 No comments
Remember how Apple was going to be selling Intel-based Macs?
Well, now they will start OFFICIALLY allowing multi-boot configurations on Apple hardware.
I’m not even sure how to react to this. I mean, it’s undeniably a good thing, but the effects of such a strange development in the PC market are… unpredictable at best.
I guess it depends on whether or not Apple allows Mac OS X to run on standard non-Apple PC hardware. There are hacks and workarounds to get such a thing done, but if Apple gives it’s blessing to run Mac OS X on 95% of the home PC market…
Well, let me put it this way. If Apple legally allows Mac OS X to run on my non-Apple PC, I’m getting into that, so fast! I am somewhat familiar with the Unix-like OS’s, and there is something pure and wholesome about having access to a meaningful command line interface.
I don’t know, I mean… this whole thing is CRAZY! DOGS AND CATS LIVING TOGETHER! MASS HYSTERIA!
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