XP on Macs: the nightmare begins

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IT staff should brace themselves for a surge in support calls from Mac users dabbling with Windows

I do enjoy a good howler. Bill Gates is supposed to have predicted in the 1980s that nobody would ever need more than 640kB of RAM in a computer. Then there was Michael Fish in 1987, promising TV v...

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