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hi can somebody tell me if i can use a mac on my pc?

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Hey,
I am a mac user and I do not think that you can use a Mac on a Pc base computer at this point in time. However, if you have a Mac you can run Windowns on it by useing a program called Parallels Desktop For Mac. I belive that this is for the newer Macs that are out now. I am running a G5 but I no longer use Windowns. As, I found the Mac to be a lot more easer to work with.

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Even better, All new macs that have the intel processors inside them can run apples FREE "bootcamp" software. download this and install it. Then you install windows xp on it. Then reboot. Once you reboot, two icon s come up saying wi nows XP OR Max OSX. You simply choose which oprating system you want and it will run it FULLY!. The only downside is that you can not run BOTH platofrms and the same time (Not yet, but its coming!)

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Also, all macs running OSX can see the entire windows network, as I do here in my office. Its Awesome. Good by PCs!

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Yes it is awesome.I have recently bought a new macbook pro and I am enjoying with it.I installed bootcamp and running two operation system.It is a great experience..

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The advantage of Parrel for mac is that you will not need to reboot anymore. and you can drag and drop bewteen the windows and mac windows.

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