Apple have recently released an update for their Boot Camp software, this update brings the app to version 3.1 and allows Mac users to officially run Windows 7.
This update brings new drivers and utilities to the application, you will now be able to run both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 (Home Premium, Professional and Ultimate) on your Mac.
The update itself is currently available in two different versions, the 32-bit version of the application is 380.73MB, and the 64-bit version is 274.58MB.
This update is said to also smooth out a few issues with the application in regards to the Apple trackpad and laptop LEDs, there is also now Magic Mouse and Apple wireless keyboard support, to find out more check out SlashGear.
Have you used Boot Camp 3.1 to install Windows 7 on your Mac? If so, let us know if it went smoothly in the comments section below.
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