updated 10:00 am EDT, Thu September 27, 2001
Stephen Sebeny notes with the release of OS X 10.1, users from any platform can log into and use Apple's iDisk, according to an email sent to iDisk users:
"Even the most die-hard Mac users can sometimes find themselves being forced to use a beige box. Thanks to changes coinciding with the release of Mac OS X version 10.1, being cut off from a Mac no longer means being cut off from iDisk. Behind the scenes, an advanced networking protocol called WebDAV is improving connection options for all users. Regardless of whether they upgrade to Mac OS X version 10.1 or not, iTools members can now access their iDisk from any Internet-connected computer that has a WebDAV client application, including several versions of Windows and Linux."