I'm hoping to finally make the MacBook plunge in the not-too-distant future, but for a number of reasons, I'm going to need to run Windows on it as well. So here are a couple of questions that have been giving me pause:
1. I've read a lot about talking Windows installers for installing Windows using BootCamp. If I'm going to have sighted help, and don't need to worry about speech during setup, do I need anything special to install windows, or just a plain old copy of the Windows OS?
2. In the event I get a MacBook without a CD drive...how, exactly, am I supposed to install Windows on it? Obviously a CD isn't an option. Is there a guide somewhere that walks through this process?
3. If I'm correct, Macbooks don't have Home and End keys. This may work fine for Mac OSX...but Windows screen readers make heavy use of these keys (not to mention Windows programs in general.) How am I supposed to use an NVDA command involving the Home or End keys while running Windows via Bootcamp, or jump to the start or end of a line in MS Word? Same question for Pg Up / Pg Down (or do Macs have those?)
Thanks to anyone who can help me out - you guys are awesome!