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The newest Mac computers are getting closer to being compatible with Windows computers. By some time in 2008 Apple plans to ship a new version of the operating system for these computers that allows users to install Windows XP; this means that in the future an owner of one of these comptuers can purchase Windows XP (from a computer store or MicroSoft, not from Apple) and be able to run Kepler and other Windows programs.

At the present time, however, these new Apple computers can run Windows only if you install a free beta version of their software. Here is a statement from Apple and their link to the page with the beta software: "Apple will include technology in the next major release of Mac OS X, Leopard, that lets you install and run the Windows XP operating system on your Mac.

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