Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by lovestudio, Dec 3, 2014.
just yes or no? on apple computer that had previously some mac os.
help, anyone, it is a simple question.
If it uses Intel processor, the you can.
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Fixed it for you , any hardware has good compatibility for windows 7
Why anybody sane would want to run Windows on an overpriced Apple hardware?!?
A big no. Apple has its own OS mac OS.
rEFIt to boot other like linux.
Grow up man
i think you should use iOS , dont' install win7 on MAC computer
maybe bootcamp is a good compromise
I agree with alicepattinson..Apple has its own OS.
Bootcamp is the best solution for a different OS running on an apple computer
Certainly Bootcamp is useful but unnecessary in this situation. The Ubuntu universe does make a dedicated OS for both powerpc and intel based Mac which does require a little tweaking to give the look and feel of Linux Mint. Since Mint in fully based on Ubuntu alterations are easy to do.
Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS for Mac available here:
cdimage dot ubuntu dot com/lubuntu/releases/14.04.2/release
Yes you can till version 10.9.5 Mac OS Mavericks.
For this you just need to use boot camp from Apple and create a dedicated partition on your hard drive.
Easy to do.
Starting Yosemite version of mac OS X (10.x.y) boot camp is only compatible with Windows 8 and above.
Bootcamp for the win.
I run Trisquel, Windows, and the Mac OS on my mac.
I have a iMac with a i7 3.4 ghz proc, 1 tb ssd, and 32 gb's of ram.
I find myself using VM's while I'm in the Mac side, via parallels. I have one older mac that I'm just going to straight install Zorin or Trisquel linux on, without any other OS to fall back on. Dual booting, using bootcamp is still a valid and time tested way to run windows, and then reboot, and run mac.
Just use the latest BOOTCAMP.
all apple laptops which are older than 2014 will accept installing windows 7 , newer laptops will only accept boot from windows 8 or 10
i have already done that for a few clients , remove OS X and replace it with windows , you would get a very good performance windows laptop
for 100% compatibility make sure you run bootcamp , let the setup download the drivers from apple server , save the files on a flash drive and use it after installing windows
Yep, bootcamp should do it.
Specifically which computer?