This one is mainly for you Windows users out there. Do you love the physical design of the Apple iMacs but not the price? Have you ever thought about getting an Apple iMac but stopped yourself because you can’t stand to use the operating system? Here are a couple of possibilities for you that you might find useful.
If the iMac’s price tag is within your price range but the Macs operating system isn’t for you, then maybe Bootcamp is your solution. Bootcamp is a feature that comes with every version of OSX which gives you the ability to install and run Windows XP, Vista or 7 on the iMac. It’s very easy to setup and install and requires very little technical knowledge. The installation wizard gives you a detailed step-by-step walkthrough of how to install it. Here’s a tutorial on how to do it just in case. Once you have installed windows on the computer, you will then have the option at startup to choose which operating system you wan to boot into, OSX or Windows.
Now this part is for the people who love the design of Apple’s iMacs but find the price tag a little to hefty. The amount of All-in-One Windows desktops being released is getting increasingly frequent. Just recently, Vizio announced it’s new line of PC’s which include their iMac looking all-in-one desktop. With prices for the desktop starting at $900, it’s definitely more affordable than the iMac. With features such as a Ivy Bridge i3, i5 or i7 processor, a 1080p screen, 1TB HDD and a 32GB SSD it’s definitely a powerful computer with the looks to match.
For those looking for a stylish desktop that runs the Windows operating system, products like this are one of your solutions.