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Recently I purchased Windows to install 64bit version and run on a newly purchased Apple Macbook Pro 15" Laptop 2.3 Gigahertz I7 and 4 gig DDR3 Memory via Bootcamp on OS 10.6.8. It installed fine and use Boot Camp Windows Drivers. Running Windows runs nicely on Macbook Pro. I wanted to Dual Boot both Windows 7 and OS 10.6.8 for the purpose of being able to run both and still use some windows software that I have not purchased Mac versions yet or not available on Mac.
I mostly use it for Adobe CS4 software since I don't have the Mac version yet and also learn about Windows 7 to train other people to use it or Troubleshoot problems they may have. I did encounter installing some of the Adobe CS4 programs from the DVD's.
My over all impression of Windows 7 is very good, but find things in different places or renamed differently then in Windows XP of which I am used to since 2002. The user interface has a more glass look to the windows that pop up due to the Aero interface. Start button is in the same location as before, along with Taskbar.