“Macintosh users have long waited for the day when Windows-only applications such as AutoCAD, Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visio would run on an Apple machine. ‘Those are really the three big applications … that are missing on the Mac,’ said Scott Michaels, director of professional services for Atimi Software, a cross-platform development company based in Vancouver, British Columbia,” Steve Bryant reports for eWeek. “But while Apple is explicitly endorsing the use of Windows with its Boot Camp software, the company won’t be supporting the software. And it looks like major creative software vendors don’t yet have plans to test their software on Intel-based Macs running Boot Camp.”
“A spokesperson at Autodesk, in San Rafael, Calif., said that support questions haven’t been settled. ‘This just happened the other day; it’s too soon to tell,’ the spokesperson said,” Bryant reports.
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