Do you have data on your USB drive that could be accessed by someone if they found your key drive? Do you have sensitive data that you need to protect, but don’t want to pay for expensive software?
This is your solution and it can all be done for free. Don’t have a USB drive? They are inexpensive these days, so go get yourself one. You can still follow this guide - bookmark it and come back to it.
This guide is shown using Windows Vista; however, you can do this with Windows XP, Mac OS X, or Linux.
The Windows Vista Aero window rotation is nice but it’s not for everyone. This small piece of software will allow you to rotate windows similar to the way OS X does.
Apple computers now use Intel processors. This means it is possible to run Windows on the Apple hardware and Mac on Windows Hardware (Although Mac on a windows machine doesn’t always work too well.) In this guide we will learn how to put Windows Vista on your Mac.