|28 Apr 2012||#21|
I agree totally. If you want to run OSX, just pony up the cash and buy the hardware and get the whole experience. Otherwise, skip OSX on the PC platform and stick with Windows or Linux...as they are designed to work there and you don't have to jump through hoops and break EULA's and get slow performance.
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