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What you need to know
What you need to know:
Why would a person want to do this?
Certain games, Microsoft's Outlook e-mail program and many other programs don't work on Macs. Apple's Boot Camp software lets users install Windows XP on a Mac to run those.
What's needed to do this?
An Intel-based Mac from Apple; version 10.4.6 or later of Mac OS X and Windows XP with Service Pack 2; and Boot Camp.
Is Apple going to start selling Windows?
Not a chance. And Apple's not going to help you with installation either. If you want to try Boot Camp, you're on your own.
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