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Published on October 20, 2012 By Draginol In Personal Computing

So far is to run it via Parallels on the Mac.  In that setup, on a MacBook Pro with the way MacOS X Mountain Lion handles full screen it actually almost works.  Now if there was only  a way to make the charms bar less obnoxious.


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on Oct 20, 2012

 

 

 

 

on Oct 25, 2012

The best way to run Windows 8... is to run away.

on Oct 25, 2012

Now if there was only a way to make the charms bar less obnoxious.

I trust you'll come up with something.    

on Oct 25, 2012

So the best way to run Windows 8 is to buy a Mac. There's some irony in there somewhere.

on Oct 25, 2012

It was the same with Windows Vista a few years ago, when many PC makers didn't provide drivers yet and Apple did.

I installed Windows 8 on a MacBook Air a few weeks ago.

http://desertpenguin.org/blog/running-mac-os-x-108-and.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

on Oct 25, 2012

Leauki


I installed Windows 8 on a MacBook Air a few weeks ago.

 

 

Careful, I don't think that's exactly legal.

on Oct 26, 2012

It is legal, he's using Parallels.  Perfectly OK, and not that uncommon (several people run Windows on Macs using Parallels).

on Oct 28, 2012

I think I'd have to have a Mac first.

 

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That's gonna happen.  Let me check my schedule in 2050...yep, wide open and full of possibilities.

on Dec 05, 2012

Kamamura_CZ

Quoting Leauki, reply 6

I installed Windows 8 on a MacBook Air a few weeks ago.


Careful, I don't think that's exactly legal.

 

Why wouldn't it be legal???

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