02-04-2008, 09:38 PM #1difference between Dual boot and OS X Only???
Ive been looking into buying a new G4 MDD and have noticed I can get a Dual 1.0 Ghz Dual Boot for 600 or a Dual 1.25 Ghz Osx boot only for 400 and Am
really leaning towards the 1.25, but what is the difference between a Dual boot and OSX only boot???
02-04-2008, 09:45 PM #2
Dual Boot means the user has installed a second OS on a different partition, so it can boot into you choice of two separate operating systems.
For a G4, it is probably OS X and some version of Linux.__________________________________________________
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02-04-2008, 10:19 PM #3
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The way you have shown it the 1GHzDP is OS 9 and OS X, the 1.25GHzDP is OS X only. Go for the 1.25. Really OS 9, known as Classic, is finito!
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