Friday, August 12, 2005

OS X on PC

Wired is reporting today that hackers have tweaked the Intel version of OS X to run on Intel-based computers not blessed by Apple. These computers do not have the Trusted Platform Module chip that will likely act as a gatekeeper, preventing store-bought OS X for Intel from running on non-Apple hardware. The hackers have figured out a way to bypass that requirement and, apparently, have found that the OS may actually run faster than on today's G5-based Apple computers.

1 comment:

pck said...

posts (do you call these blog entries as posts?) like this make me feel like tony kornheiser...