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I have a pretty simple question, that seems to be widely overlooked in answers to more sophisticated questions, troubleshooting solutions, and more...

How well does Windows run under Boot Camp?

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i'd say it runs better than on a PC
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It runs exactly how it would on any PC with the same specifications. Boot Camp is essentially partitioning software, so when you install Windows, it'll be as if you were running it on any other PC. Best way to put it is that it runs at 100%


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Cool. Thanks for the responses
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