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Boot Camp is a favourite amongst those wanting to run Windows on a Mac device. But unfortunately, Apples new M1 based Macs dont have Boot Camp. Now Apple has come out and said that the technology exists on M1 Macs to support running Windows natively, but that it is up to Microsoft and needs them to licence it. Microsoft is about to really turn off the lights in Word for Windows with improved Dark...

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