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5-27-2010 @ 3:53AM
"I loved the irony. The Windows version was faster with Bootcamp than their native client."If you "use" Bootcamp and install Windows on it, using the Windows version to play ON windows it's still native. Bootcamp just -simulates- the BIOS, we use EFI. So yes it's possible that the Mac OS X native client runs slower then the native Windows client (it's all about optimization, something they might haven't done *yet* on the OS X client)."Since Windows 7 came out, Mac's really have absolutely no advantage over windows, save for the fact that more hackers/virus people spend time trying to break it."I can name countless advantages. It depends on what kind of 'user' you are.
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