Love the new MacBook’s svelte design, but not a fan of OS X 10.10 Yosemite? There’s good news: According to a new test, Windows 10 apparently runs more smoothly on the new MacBook.
Alex King, a computer science student studying at Tufts University, spent a month with the new 12-inch MacBook and provided some insightful new details about running the beta version of Windows 10 on it.
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King installed Windows 10 using Boot Camp, meaning his new MacBook boots natively into Windows 10, as opposed to being emulated in a virtual machine within OS X. Using virtual machine software like the popular Parallels usually requires more resources, and thus, performance is slower. Read more…
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