Microsoft's new operating system launched today, so any vendors that have been waiting for the official release to start adapting now have all the motive required -- including Apple, which has announced plans to offer Boot Camp support for Windows 7 later this year.
This comes as good news to anyone who has been running it "unofficially" on a Mac, as well as those who were concerned about Apple's stance on supporting the new OS. There are some specific models Apple won't be supporting, which includes a handful of older iMacs and older MacBook Pros. Any newer machine should have no trouble though, so long as they are based on an Intel platform.
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