Installation of Boot Camp is easy to install Windows XP Pro SP2 is easy but long and tedious. APRS introducing the Apple drivers CD, all peripherals are recognized, even iSight. At the end of the process vritablement the Mac is a PC. But ...
Must reboot the machine to move from Windows to Mac OS X is installed on another partition. Conversely it is necessary to reboot the machine to switch from Windows OS X. At boot just press the Alt key to choose between two System.
The manual is rather superficial but sufficient to Get You Started. The Boot Camp 1.2 has enriched dj.
In the end, one month test APRS I prfre, momentanment, use a virtual machine that opens intgre Windows XP Pro SP2 OS X in the environment
But the new version of Boot Camp 1.2 (April 2007) brings net amliorations in intgrant more peripherals in Windows (the Apple Remote tlcommande). The software is in progress and I think in its integration into Lopard (OS X 10.5), it will rev volumes. It intgre dj Windows Vista. I feel now that stability has amliore. A follow intrt.
Test MacBook Intel Dual Core 1 (2 G0 RAM) and MacBook Dual Core 2 (1 G0 RAM).
Normal and fast. The peripherals are well recognized.
Internet connections s'excutent correctly.
Performance except for appointments at run software temperatures requiring large graphics. Satisfactory stability. Possible to use the Divx Player (which is not enough in the world dvelopp Mac). The updates downloads movie Divx CODS DMR are possible on the site of the INA (not Mac).
I do not like his lack of intgration the OS X or the difficulty of sharing files with it.
The report price is forcment good quality (free software), but you have to buy a license for each Windows XP Pro SP2 install.
With the exprience I use Parallels prfre 3188.
But I am surprised by the enjoyable progrsraliss in the latest version, Boot Camp 1.2.
In the end he must choose between Boot Camp and Parallels to validate Windows XP Pro SP2 (or Vista) and not have to pay 2 licenses.