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When you are on boot camp if you are to run any number of computer spec test does it indicate that you are using windows via mac?

There used to be a website that you could go to that would give you your computer specs with a general scan, I cannot or do not remember the website.

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I don't know of a website, but I know there's a Windows program called Everest that will tell you EVERYTHING about your computer. I don't think there is any site that can tell you're running Windows on a Mac, but if someone is using that software, they can see that Winodws is running on an Apple motherboard and put 2 and 2 together.

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