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QUESTION:115How does Boot Camp allow you to run Windows applications on a Mac OS X v10.7computer?A. Boot Camp installs Windows on a disk image, then starts up Windows in a virtualenvironment running inside Mac OS X v10.7.B. Boot Camp lets you restart your Mac OS X v10.7 computer into Windows from a harddisk partition that has Windows installed.C. Boot Camp installs Windows on the startup disk, then uses the installed Windowslibraries to runWindows 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 theinstalled Windows libraries to allow Mac OS X v10.7 to run Windows applications withoutbooting from Windows.Answer:B
QUESTION:116You type the host name, in Safaris address bar. If TCP/IP is configuredmanually, which name server does your Mac OS X v10.7 computer query to identify the IPaddress that maps to that host?
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