I'm fairly confident of my ability to build an x86 machine that will run the cracked version of Tiger, and theoretically, that would be able to dual-boot Mac and Windows.
I am against this. I admit, I've done my share of software theft in the past, but Apple is the one company I refuse/refused to steal from. Why? Because I truly believe in Apple and I respect their company as a whole. Not exactly a utilitarian view, but that's how I feel.
My suggestion? If you're into gaming, then bite the bullet and build a gaming PC.
Just my view :silly:
Post edited by: shadowboxer47, at: 2005/10/01 18:32
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