Well, I guess this would be under 'Emulation' and the title does say 'new and old.'
I was just wondering what you guys thought of this with the new Intel-based Macs? I have had some experiences with Macs and I mainly prefer my PCs over them. (I really like right-clicking, lol.) Have you guys had any experience with Boot Camp? Does it work well?
I've never used an Intel Mac, but I really want one. If I ever get enough spare money laying around to buy a Dual Core iMac, I'll get one. My iMac G4 (15" flat-panel) that I got in 2002 is really showing its age. I still use it for personal email, iTunes, Address Book, and sometimes iChat (AIM) though.
By the way, you can right click all you want in Mac OS X. In fact, I do it all the time (and have for years
). I've always used two-button USB PC mice on my Macs, but the new Macs actually ship with Apple's "Mighty Mouse," which supports multiple configurable "buttons" all over the place. And speaking of right-clicking, the only thing that's really stopping me from wanting a MacBook Pro is the fact that the trackpad still only has one button under it. I find that absurd. If Apple made a two-button laptop, I'd be there. Long live right-clicking!
P.S. (Windows on an Intel Mac is definitely not emulation, so I've moved the topic to the modern computing forum.)