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Monday, March 26, 2007

Pennsylvania university switches from Windows machines to Macs

In recent years, many schools and districts have migrated to an all-Windows platform to save money on network maintenance and support.
But in a reversal of this trend, a Pennsylvania university is switching
from Windows-based PCs to an all-Mac computing environment, and school officials estimate they'll save about $150,000 by doing so.
A key development that enables this shift is Apple's decision to use Intel processors, which will allow the school's students and staff to run either Mac OS X or Windows-based applications.