Is there a simple way of running Apple Mountain lion on a PC laptop. I know this seems like a ridiculous question but I have a client who for some reason thinks it should be possible. I think the next thing he wants to do is switch to UNIX. I think he will be looking for a new consultant soon unfortunately I let myself be bullied into asking the question. Then of course I got interested myself dammit I think they're just built myself a time sink. thanks for your help in advance

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First of all I do not want to start a argument about which is better the real thing or you you make yourself. I am trying to pick hardware for a mac box and I want to make sure the hardware will be compatible before I drop a bunch of cash. Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R HIS Radeon HD 6970 2GB Intel Coreā„¢ i7-960 OCZ Agility 3 Series SATA III Solid State Drive Patriot Extreme Performance Viper II Sector 7 Series DDR3 6GB Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard From the research i have done, the video card sounds like the hardest part …

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Hi, I have to develop a software and it should run on windows, mac and linux, so i was thinking of developing it in java using netbeans :-/ I have windows OS, would the jar file generated in windows run properly on mac and linux? and is there any specific notes and requirements that should be considered :?: thanks in advance !

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Apple's new iPod is just simply awesome. Announced today (Oct 12, 2005), Apple's new iPod has new video capability, along with other featurs that turns the music box into a sophisticated piece of equipment. With all this functionality, my Palm PDA might be forced into retirement! We all know that Apple's iPod is the standard in personal MP3 players out there -- the ability of iTunes to download legal music and manage the rights is well known. Where the new iPod takes the cake is the added functionality -- it can now play videos, and it will sync with business …

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