Quad boot – Octo Mac Pro, Part III

The installation of OS X 10.5 was without drama. Unfortunately , the post-installation was also without any drama – you kinda wanted Zing after a new OS. The result was a slightly slicker version of 10.4. There are a couple of noteable additions to the interface. The menu bar now boasts an eject button. Just to the right of the ‘Spaces’ (Virtual Desktop) selection
Leopard w/Spaces

The installation of OS X 10.5 was without drama. Unfortunately , the post-installation was also without any drama – you kinda wanted Zing after a new OS. The result was a slightly slicker version of 10.4. There are a couple of noteable additions to the interface. The menu bar now boasts an eject button. Just to the right of the ‘Spaces’ (Virtual Desktop) selection
Leopard w/Spaces
I guess the ‘dragging disks to the trash’ metaphor finally wore a little thin.

The Desktop shows a use of 3-D effects all over, most notable in the dock Leopard Dock

So without revisiting all the items that have been covered elsewhere, on to the Boot Camp stuff.

In preparation for the Windows Vista install I ran the BootCamp assistant. I specifically wanted to try the partitioning utility.
Boot Camp3

This did successfully partition the 250GB drive to allow a 75GB parition for the Windows install. Then boot the installer for Windows.
Boot Camp3

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