International Journal of Electronics and Electical Engineering


Windows users claim that Mac users are conceited, citing that old "computer for the rest of us" advertising while Mac users claim the same about Windows users. The truth of the matter is that both are about the same. All they are nothing but the different OS GUIs; slightly different ways of opening applications. Once the application is open, the only differences might be whether you use a single button mouse or a multi-button mouse, and even that difference vanishes with third party hardware. First of all, we'll look at some pros and cons for each, then we'll dispel some myths perpetuated about both platforms. Remember both Microsoft and Apple share a good deal of technology. Both Windows and Mac OS use hundreds of patents shared between the two. Also remember that Microsoft makes a lot of software for the Mac including Microsoft Office which was created by a separate department for the Mac. So our concept here is to get the user access to both Mac OS and Windows OS on a single system. It must be done in such a way that it is applicable to both mac Intel and x86 based pc. This can be done with the help of third party applications in which few of them are even legally recognized by Microsoft and Apple. This paper deals with enabling "PC for fun, Mac for work" in a single system.





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