Is Apple's Intel Core Duo Vista capable?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Mario Rosario, Jun 28, 2006.

  1. I went into the Apple retail store last evening ... had a few minutes to
    kill. But I like to check out the Apple hardware. They have several Intel
    Dual core Apple laptops on display running OS X. The color is flat black
    with a white Apple logo on the cover. It looks real cool, does anyone know
    if it is Vista capable. :)

    What's next for Apple, AMD 64 dual core?
     
    Mario Rosario, Jun 28, 2006
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  2. Vista Beta is already up and running on test MacBooks and iMacs. The Intel
    Core Duo processor is fine for Vista. Apple has already written Mac drivers
    for XP for Boot Camp (BC is available as a free download from Apple and is
    in Beta). Boot Camp (renamed) will be part of Leopard (the next edition of
    OS/X). Apple will write the Mac drivers for Vista in due course. Dual
    booting Windows and OS/X on an intel Mac is not a hack, it is provided by
    Apple for all the intel Mac computers.

    The Mac drivers for Windows are necessary for Windows to use many of the
    hardware devices on the Mac in native Windows mode.
     
    Colin Barnhorst, Jun 28, 2006
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