In a reversal of a recent trend, Wilkes University in Pennsylvania has become one of the first college campuses in the country to begin a university-wide switch from Windows-based PCs to Apple Inc.'s new Intel-based Macintosh computers.

Over the next three years, Wilkes will become an all-Mac campus--providing faculty and students with access to Mac-only offerings, such as iLife and Mac OS X, as well as Windows applications through the use of software "virtualization" technology and Apple's forthcoming Boot Camp software, which will


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