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So i tried putting Windows on my mac, and...


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Erm, naw.


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i have thos krk monitors. awesome

 

i got a mac recently. still picking things up and learning the annoying things but at least it doesnt crash or run 50 programs in the background on the sly.

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i have thos krk monitors. awesome


i got a mac recently. still picking things up and learning the annoying things but at least it doesnt crash or run 50 programs in the background on the sly.

 

 

it runs way more than 50, it's just better at it than windows

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it shouldn't have been this hard.

In the utilities folder, there should be something called "bootcamp assistant" which will create a partition for you to install Windows on. Then you can install Xp or whatever and go into window using either bootcamp directly or parallel or similar virtualization software.

 

You should always backup, and with a mac, there should be no excuse. All macs now come equipped with time machine.

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