Install Leopard on your PC
Apple’s big cat has finally leaped to the shelves of many computer stores, even the ones on my small secluded island. And since Vista’s “wow” is starting to fade quickly, despite the availability of the first Service Pack over file-sharing networks, one might want to try installing Leopard on his PC.
DailyApps has just posted a 3 step tutorial (ok, it’s not actually 3 steps, more like 3 “categories” of steps) that should make it easy for even the less tech-savvy to install Apple’s latest version of Mac OS X on their home computers. Obviously it won’t work as well as it would on a Mac, and it’s not officially endorsed or anything by Apple, but hopefully it should give you an idea of how the system works before you take the leap (or not) yourself.