Chapter 5. RUNNING WINDOWS ON A MAC USING BOOT CAMP

Now that you’ve set your Mac up as a fully functional Windows PC, it’s time to get to using it. This chapter explains some of the more common things you’ll want to accomplish including installing software, adding printers, and sharing files that you’ve created under Windows with the Mac OS (and vice versa).

Installing Windows Software

Under Mac OS X, there are two ways to install software. One is to drag and drop an application’s folder or icon into the Mac’s Applications folder. The other is to use an installer application. Under Windows, almost all software is installed using an installer application. Running a Windows installer application isn’t all that different from running an installer ...

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