Apple News: Bemidji State University bullish on Boot Camp

“With the Intel Macs,” explains Brian Allen, director of technical support at Bemidji State University in Minnesota, “students now have the potential to have both systems on their machines, so they can run both Windows and Macintosh applications. They can easily switch between Apple’s iLife suite and AutoCad. It’s the best of both worlds; they’ll really have two computers for the price of one.” In addition to offering students more flexibility, Allen and his team discovered that “Windows applications run faster on the Mac.” Best of all, dual-booting Mac computers offer BSU “the potential to save $150,000 to $200,000 a year in lab hardware purchases.” What’s next for Boot Camp at BSU?

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