“Apple yesterday released Boot Camp 5, a major new version of the software that enables users to boot a Mac with Windows,” MacWindows reports.
” Version 5 adds support for Windows 8 (64-bit), and continues support for Windows 7. Boot Camp 5 also adds support for 3TB hard drives on new 27-inch iMacs,” MacWindows reports. “Not all Macs support Windows 8, however.”
Windows 8 with Boot Camp 5 drivers can be installed on the following Macs:
• MacBook Air, Mid 2011 or newer
• MacBook Pro, Mid 2010 or newer
• Mac Pro, Early 2009 or newer
• Mac Mini, Mid 2011 or newer
• iMac, 27-inch, Mid 2010 or Mid 2011 or newer
MacWindows reports, “Boot Camp 5 drops support for 32-bit versions of Windows. Boot Camp 5 supports the 64-bit versions of Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate. It also supports 64-bit versions of Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro. Boot Camp 5 does not support the Windows 7 Enterprise or Windows 8 Enterprise.”
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