The Mac web
is buzzing with the news of Boot Camp, the new software from Apple that will allow users of Intel Macs to easily install
Windows XP (this will be a built-in feature of Leopard), creating a dual-boot system. Earlier today, Macworld conducted a brief interview with Apple
VP of Worldwide Product Marketing, David Moody. He stated that, "...We are not going to sell or support
Windows. You have to bring your own Windows."
In other words, if your Mac suffers from one of the
ailments that you're essentially inviting by installing Windows, you're on your own.