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Apple Computer has released a public beta version of Boot Camp, software that lets Intel-based Macs natively run Windows XP. The Boot Camp Assistant welcome window is shown here.
A larger Boot Camp Assistant welcome window with system requirements.
Here, consumers are prompted to select a destination for installing the Boot Camp application.
Creating a partition for XP. The default is only 5GB for XP, but you can slide it it back and forth and give XP more room.
This screen asks you to insert your XP Home or Pro CD and–drum roll please–start installing Windows.
A gray screen with Mac OS and Windows options in the middle.
A new sight: a black Windows start screen on the iMac.
Windows XP Bliss wallpaper on iMac.