Computer help

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by yellowlynn, May 24, 2006.

  1. aslan

    aslan Member

    I also belong to a classic Mustang site and we always have stock vs. modified.
  2. FiatFan

    FiatFan Member

    Reminds me of the saying attributed to Al Capone: "You can get more form people with a kind word and a gun than you can with just a kind word!"

    Actually, I'm rather grateful to Bill. His mistakes provided me with a nice living! :thumb:

  3. LongIslandTom

    LongIslandTom Member

    LOL, these days Macs are no different than Windows PCs, because that's exactly what the Mac has become-- Apple switched over to using Intel CPUs earlier this year, and now all the new Macs run Windows XP natively, without emulation, because of it.

    If you own one of the new Intel-based Macs, all you need to do is install the Boot Camp utility (available at Apple's website) and then install a copy of Windows XP. Once that's done, at bootup you can select whether you want to run OSX or XP.
  4. aslan

    aslan Member

    I always told my PC friends I was using "windows" back in 1984! :D
    Seriously, I've been switching back and forth for the last 4 weeks and they both work flawlessly.

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