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I have a question about bootcamp


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I plan to use bootcamp to run windows

but I have one question when I'm done running windows can I take it off where it will only be mac, because I only want to run fruityloops on it, to amek beats untill I upgrade
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Yep you can easily restore it to a single boot volume in the BootCamp assistant when you are done with windows

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easy enough to do, just reopen bootcamp in mac which will be in Applications - Utilities - Bootcamp and say you want to remove the windows partition, done

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