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(If it were possible)Would you install OSX on your x86 machine?

  

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lazydesert    0

Pretty straight forward. ;)

If, by some magic, it were possible to use OSX on an x86 machine, would you try it out ?

Who is "mac-curious" ? ;)

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autodefe    0

sure, why not?

it's free isn't it? :devious:

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Prasanth    0

yep i will :D

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masterbug    0

yes i will to, so I can understand the "wars" between the mac and pc users :p :p :p

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Rudy    457

i would dual boot it for a week or so just to see how it is but i woudnlt use it as my main OS cuz i dont like the look of it

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Dazzla    5
Originally posted by Rudy

i would dual boot it for a week or so just to see how it is but i woudnlt use it as my main OS cuz i dont like the look of it

That's like comparing Aqua to Luna, there are themes you know...

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Apollo    0

probably would dual boot it for some time to see if i really liked it but i guess i wouldn't use it without dual boot

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unspec    0

(If it were possible) I would fly to the moon in my car.

To meet steve....

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unspec

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tomwarren    68

i would probably run it as my main OS

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caustiK    0

i would just to toy with it... there's a possibility it would become my main os, but i doubt it - there's just too much windows software that ain't on a mac (that i use anyway)

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BxBoy    0

Well, the MacOS's core, "Darwin" runs on the x86 PC..

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ramesees    348

Of course, yes

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BroChaos    1

oh yeah :p

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Toxicfume    7

I surely would, but dualboot tho, like everyone's saying. But i think it won't be long until it sits there on my hard disk, idle, not booted into.

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altezza    0

Of course! :D

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Timan    554

hell no!:right:

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hurting101    0

I'd install it on a different partition just to see those fading pulsating buttons on mouseover.

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Timan    554

funny though. yall dont care about os 10 yall just care about aqua. hmmm:right:

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SimGuy    0

Windows works on my PC. That's good enough for me. :)

I'd dual-boot and try it.... but it would never become my main OS of choice on this system.

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lazydesert    0
Originally posted by Timan

funny though. yall dont care about os 10 yall just care about aqua. hmmm:right:

aqua blows ;)

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Tesseract    0

I would try it, so I guess YES.

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shockz    5,513

Yes. I would :)

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realmccoy    0

In heart beat

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CarlosMiguel    0

I still like windows... so majority of softwares can be downloaded runs on windows... :) maybe ill try it but will never sit too long on my hard drive:P

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kirk26    0

Of course most of the XP users would say yes. They most of the time to customize XP to look like OS X!:p

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