Leopard Hacked For Self-Hating PC Users

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We had written a very smug, Macs rule PCs drool post reporting that PC users could run Leopard. And then our Mac froze up and we lost it all. So now you just get the news straight, without our giggling. The news, once again: OSX Leopard has been hacked to work on all Intel PCs, and the process is ridiculously simple, requiring a small .zip and a touch of blank media. [UPDATE: And it looks like you need Tiger pre-installed, too.]

Of course, by installing Leopard on a PC, you are endangering the stability of the space/time continuum, risking not just the future of the Earth and our own humanity, but the existence of everything in the Universe. And we could never condone anything that Back to the Future told us was best avoided. [OSx86]

Thanks Jason!

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"It's a safety blanket to help PC users feel 'safe' when they switch to Mac"

All right, big Mac fan here, but that's just wrong.

Before I bought my Intel iMac, I HAD to have a PC so that i could use the following (non-gaming) software: ESRI ArcGIS, Golden Software Surfer, and AutoCAD (with SurvCADD module). There's is very little chance than any of those will get ported (back) to the Mac any time soon, and there really are no equivalents to them (don't start me on GRASS), so I am very happy to have Parallels (now moving over to VMWare) on my Intel Macs.

And, when I'd hit the road for a prolonged period, I used to carry around 2 laptops. Now all I need is my MacBook. Now THAT is a killer feature, that's not just a safety blanket.