Cross-platform compatibility between Mac and Windows is not a new concept.Since 1984, Macintosh and PC users have grappled with the problems of reading each other's disks, loading each other's files, and running each other's applications.Select the first option if you use a first-generation Intel Core processor; these are Intel Core processors with 3-digit model numbers, such as the Intel Core i7-960 or i7-875K.
Select the USB drive in the sidebar of Disk Utility, go to the "Partition" tab of Disk Utility.This type of utility is a bad idea if you plan to "round trip" the document back to a real Macintosh. Other tools, costing up to hundreds of dollars, do exist to allow Mac and PC computers to network together.But they do not solve the "round trip" problem of moving a Mac file from a Mac application to a Windows application and then back to the Mac application. If you love your Macintosh software and would prefer to use Macintosh applications over Windows applications, but you either have to use a PC or can't resist the low cost of PCs, why not simply use the PC to run the Macintosh software? Our solution, since we developed it in 1997, is to turn a PC into a Macintosh clone, and to run Mac OS and Macintosh applications directly on the PC.You benefit from the lower cost and faster speed of the PC, and still keep the use of your legacy Macintosh applications.Not only does this provide you the easy ability to copy files back and forth between Mac and PC, but it solves the round trip problem, it solves the non-standard file format problem, it solves the custom written software problem, and it solves the look-and-feel problem.