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Bootcamp vs. normal windows pc

Is runing windows on your mac through bootcamp almost exactly the same as running windows with a pc with the same system specifications? Lets say I wanted to play a game, would it run the same on bootcamp as any other computer (with the same graphics as a mac)?

Thank you

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(NT) In this case, yes.
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no, not until leopard

well, the bootcamps are still in there beta stages. it will take take leopard to get it to run in native speeds.

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Sorry, but where did you get this misinformation?

Bootcamp is not running in emulation or in a virtual machine so it does run at full tilt.


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