Windows on Mac

It happened yesterday. Hackers got Windows working on an intel based Mac. The rest will be history. If you are lucky enough to have an intel Mac, you can download something here.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • justin says:

    this is gi-normous.
    i don’t even want to consider the implications.

  • Jeff says:

    Ah, yes. Now we have the option of adding instability, security holes, and unnecessary compexity to the Mac experience. 😉

  • Joe Kennedy says:

    I’m with Jeff. I just got a Mac. And while I’m not particularly impressed, I was wondering… wouldn’t it be a bigger thing to put MacOS X on a Dell or something?

  • Brent says:

    Why would someone even want to do such a thing? I mean, I have to run Virtual PC and Windows to use BibleWorks and I just feel like it contaminates my Mac everytime I have to run it!

  • brian says:

    And the curtain is pulled back on the wizard…

  • Terry Storch says:

    Why, why, why would someone want to totally mess up a Mac like that?
    It’s The End Of The World As We Know It! -R.E.M

  • Jon Trott says:

    Howz about some Linux hacker getting winduhs to run in Linux? (It does, sorta, using “wine” and another commercial program called xover or something, but not really well.)
    Just this morning Microsoft Office 2003’s Outlook email / PIM program totally blew up on this laptop.
    So glad I at least have a Linux partition on here I can dual boot to when disgusted enough with Micro$oft…

  • Helen says:

    Brent: Why use BibleWorks on Virtual PC when the best Bible software is native to Mac?

  • andrew says:

    helen’s got a point.

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