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Windows on a MacBook Air – – special concerns?

I understand that MacBook Airs, the new models at least, have solid state drives. Also, I understand they don’t have physical ports for storage devices. Do those conditions limit the installation / use of Windows on this machine? Thanks.
John Russell

Comments: 2 Responses to “Windows on a MacBook Air – – special concerns?”

    9 years ago

    I don’t believe so. You’ll need to find a way to get Windows ON the machine, though, like the sold-separately CD/DVD drive. But besides that, it shouldn’t pose any issues.

    9 years ago

    There shouldn’t be any issues since Apple provides all of the necessary components to run Windows on the Install Media.

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