Chapter 26. Working with Microsoft Windows and Other Operating Systems

Occasionally while using Mac OS X, you may find it necessary to utilize resources intended for other operating systems. With Apple's new Intel-based computers combined with Mac OS X's ability to work with different file systems and networks protocols, today your Mac can run just about any software, including entire other operating systems. This chapter will show you how your Mac can do the following:

  • Work with a wide range of files and file systems

  • Run Microsoft Windows or other operating systems and applications on your Mac

  • Access Microsoft Windows systems remotely

Working with Other File Types and File Systems

Long ago, working with files created on another operating system was ...

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