when you dualboot into windows using the macbook pro, is it the same as a pc? or does it need to process more stuff like on virtualpc
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6/5/06 at 10:42pm
Originally Posted by abf
bios is not a bad thing seeing as there is still limited support for EFI, though i am happy that as of kernel 2.6.15 (? somewhere around there) linux now supports it. though the legacy ports on most of my PC hardware are well, just that LEGACY....they are useless.
Originally Posted by winux
I just picked up a mac book and im running windows within parallels. Its a virtual machine that runs nativly on x86 hardware. Its blazing fast and you can have osx and xp running at the same time and fast switch between them. Check it out here -> http://www.parallels.com/