|17 Nov 2010||#5|
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A fair point for macosx... in my case running linux as primary os, I'm not left with an option to use microsoft's product without either reformating my disks from gpt to mbr or by running it [windows] in a virtualized environment as a guest os under the linux host. It just seems short sited to me not to incorporate the ability to boot from a gpt drive -- an ability that your competition has -- into your flagship os
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