Boot Camp pulled ahead of Leopard release

Windows-loving Mac fans, take note: Boot Camp, Apple’s official software applet for installing Windows on Intel-based Macs, has exited Beta and subsequently, has been pulled from the downloads section of Apple’s website. What does this mean for you? Well, it means that if you want to install Windows and haven’t already done so, you’re going to have to upgrade to Leopard on Friday, which will have Boot Camp’s capabilities built in. Don’t sweat it if you have an existing Boot Camp install though: while the beta license technically expires this Friday, you’ll still be able to use your Windows partition normally.

For more on Boot Camp:
– see this article from TUAW

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