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Old 04-08-2006, 12:16 AM   #1
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I'm just wondering, how much space would the the two OS's take on a harddrive? Also, would this two-OS configuration cause instability or slow-downs?
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I don't think it'd cause any instability problems.
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Yeah, I'm talking about bootcamp. I'm looking at the Mac Book Pro, 2.16ghz proc and 100GB 7200 RPM. I'm also wondering how good the Mac Book Pro's battery life is with the core duo processor.
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With bootcamp from what I hear it doesn't effect the performance seeing it does stuff at boot and then windows just goes with it's self.
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