In this post is discussed about how to get Windows 7 installed and running on your Mac using dual Boot.
I have already shared the steps for the installation of windows 7 in my previous post "How to install windows 7 on Mac". Microsoft Windows 7 is the one of the great operating system from Microsoft with lot of features and applications. Mac OS X comes with a utility, called Boot Camp, and designed for installing Windows as second operating system. Since many programs will not run under OS X, installing Windows 7 could save you the trouble of having to invest in a separate computer entirely.
Boot Camp utility allows a Mac OS X to be dual-booted into either Mac Or Microsoft windows 7, and is the solution for Apple users who do not want to give up their Microsoft Windows only applications but would rather use Apple hardware.
According to Apple’s FAQs state that users will need the latest version of Mac OS X-Snow leopard-to boot into Microsoft Windows 7. There are a several of 2006 iMac and Mac book Pro models that Apple claims are incapable of running Microsoft windows 7, the full list of which can be found on Apple’s website.