In a column written for Cnet.com, Charles Cooper writes that many people doubtless refuse to buy a Mac because they don't want to give up certain applications that are PC only. However, while it's all well and good to be a member of a "self-styled elite," Steve Jobs couldn't possibly be happy with Mac occupying only 2.3 percent of the U.S. PC market last year. Apple took matters into its own hands last week by introducing "Boot Camp," a utility that lets users of Intel-powered Macs run Windows XP. Cooper writes that on the surface, it's a...
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