We're curious, though: Who out there really wants to run Windows on a Mac?
Apple says, due to overwhelming user demand, it is developing software that will allow customers to dual-boot Windows XP and Mac OS X on Intel-based Macs.
Apple rolled out on Wednesday a public beta version of "Boot Camp," which it plans to make a feature of "Leopard,"
the next version of the Mac OS, which Apple will show off this August.
Were curious, though: Who out there really wants to run Windows on a Mac? Mac users are true believers in the Mac OS; Windows users might like the prettier hardware, but would that be enough of a reason to move to a dual-boot setup?
We want to hear from Windows users who are interested in moving to Mac hardware. Are you out there?