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Computing Harmony: How To Seamlessly Blend Windows and OS X
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The Mac vs. PC debate, which has gone on for decades now, is a false dichotomy. There's long been an impression that it's either one or the other, and the idea that these two platforms could not play nice together only reinforced that. When Apple's computers used PowerPC processors instead of Intel's products, there was truth to this, but no longer.
All of the examples you will find in this 16 page guide are applicable to Windows 7 and Mac OS X Lion. Many of the tricks will also work with Windows Vista and Mac OS X Snow Leopard, and some of them will work in even older versions of each operating system. Also with this free guide you will receive daily updates on new cool websites and programs in your email for free courtesy of MakeUseOf.
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