B Boot Camp lets you restart your Mac OS X v107 computer into Windows from a

B boot camp lets you restart your mac os x v107

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B. Boot Camp lets you restart your Mac OS X v10.7 computer into Windows from a hard disk partition that has Windows installed. C. Boot Camp installs Windows on the startup disk, then uses the installed Windows libraries to run Windows applications while the computer is booted from Mac OS X v10.7. D. Boot Camp installs Windows libraries on the Mac OS X disk partition, then uses the installed Windows libraries to allow Mac OS X v10.7 to run Windows applications without booting from Windows. Answer: B QUESTION: 116 You type the host name, in Safaris address bar. If TCP/IP is configured manually, which name server does your Mac OS X v10.7 computer query to identify the IP address that maps to that host? A. The name server assigned to the apple.com domain by ICANN. B. Any name server that resides on the Mac OS X v10.7 computers local subnet. C. Any name server on the same network router as the Mac OS X v10.7 computer. D. A name server specified in the Mac OS X v10.7 computers System Preferences. 45
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9L0-410 Answer: D QUESTION: 117 You are setting up a Mac OS X v10.7 computer that will be installed in a public space. You
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