This must be gang up on the Mac user day. I made my initial comment in this thread to put aside false information being spewed by an obvious Mac hater.
I'm a Mac user and Mac realist actually, I am certainly not a brainwashed fawning Macolyte, spouting innacurate and biased misinformation, like you appear to be doing.
I repeat again in the hope you may actually understand. I was not talking about profiling of dual monitors [which other people have already corrected you on], I was commenting on how the two OSs implement the GUI on multiple monitors.
Both my MacPro and MacBook Pro dual boot with Vista 64bit ultimate (which they run natively). So yes, I do have experience with both systems and find that OSX implements dual monitors flawlessly.No it has't,
Again, my point is that OSX has a better dual monitor implementation than Vista.
XP and presumably Vista can do everthing OSX can and do more on top of that as Windows has more UI options with regard to multiple monitors. Heck, you cannot even fill the full desktop with a single programme in OSX. Not to mention the tedious extra mousing needed to access the single menu bar, which as someone who has suffered from RSI, this is not just poor ergomics, but potentially a literal pain in the wrist.
You have offered zero evidence as to how OSX implements multiple monitors better, other than to say it just is and reference links which you obviously hadn't read/understood.
OSX certainly does some things better than Windows. Very clumsy window [re]sizing and multiple monitors however, is one area where it simply isn't as good.
BTW, Windows in BootCamp is not necessarily the same as Windows on a PC as not everything works flawlessly, particularly on the graphics side.