There are a lot of Mac users who actually are using Windows either as a primary or secondary OS on their machines. It is all possible thanks to a tool by Apple - Boot Camp, which allows dual-booting on a Mac. Up until now this utility lacked one important feature - it did not support Windows 7.
It was fixed on January 19, when Apple released Boot Camp 3.1 that adds support for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 Professional, Home Premium and Ultimate.
The updated tool can be found here:
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