Washed Out of Boot Camp

Is it just me, or is the Boot Camp announcement from Apple more of a snore than a paradigm shift. I mean, how many of us have the time to maintain two OS systems on the same box, enjoying all the fun of trouble-shooting networking issues, authentication, peripherals, etc. on both systems? Not to mention the overlooked fact that one still needs to pay for the full Windows license before installing it…

Equally fun is the idea of running OS X on my Dell… I already have enough fun with updates and stability running Final Cut Pro on dedicated Mac towers– is trying the same on a PC platform really a great idea?

I could see the situation where a computer lab (in the future) could be dual-boot, but I don’t think I want to be the one installing and configuring software, peripherals and the rest. I know this is a daydream come true for some Mac users, but the reality might be a little bit of a challenge.

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