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Dell to run Apple Mac OS on its hardware?

While still being speculated, this is a dream come true for every Mac lover, me included. But the bigger new is that Dell is going for all the markets: windows, linux, Mac, ou name it, hey did forget Solaris ;-)

A third virtual machine might run a version of Linux that is compatible with programs on the user's work computer. A fourth virtual machine might run Windows XP software that is not compatible with the Windows Vista machine.

Such PCs could go on sale as early as next year, Kettler said while attending the LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco.

However, he declined to say whether the machines will be able to run Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) Latest News about Apple OS X software designed for its Macintosh computers, whose sales Email Marketing Software - Free Demo are growing faster than the overall PC market.

"I can't speculate on that," Kettler said.

"Virtualization is very powerful. It's an environment that would allow many different operating systems to coexist. You can interpret that however you would like."
If you wanna believe me , Mac is coming to all of us like a freight train!

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