I want to free up the extra ~30 GB that OS X is using.
Ladies and gentlemen, Kash has come to the rescue!!!
After doing a bit of searching, I found this little tidbit. Apple included a "little" change in its latest firmware for its Mac computers. You can simply just pop in a Windows disc into your Mac and load the setup process by holding "c" to boot from the CD.
Thanks for the tips Kash. Don't get me wrong, OS X is a great operating system (light years ahead of XP and even Vista), but the sad realization is ... the world revolves around Windows, and so do many of my daily apps that I use. I am going to try out what you found, but I was also reading around, and found out that OS X is essential for any possible future firmware updates. I may now just have Boot Camp, but on the smallest possible partition.
I know it's sad, but I would much rather prefer this guy get the information he needs from this place which has such a great reputation for friendly members rather than have everybody just ridicule him for his decision.
Plus, I learned something too :black: