Microsoft wants latest technology for its users

According to latest report, Apple hardware MacBook Air and MacBook Pros will run on Windows 7 and not on Windows XP and Windows Vista via Boot Camp as because Microsoft wants its users to follow the latest technology and upgrade their systems to Windows 7.

Apple Support note stated that Windows Vista and Window XP drivers are neither supported nor supplied to Apple’s MacBook Air (late 2010) and MacBook Pros (early 2011) .


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