03/18/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

'Get A Mac': Apple Ads Slam Windows 7, PCs (VIDEO)

Windows 7 was just released, and Apple's already trying to take the wind out of its sails (and sales) with several ads it's just launched attacking the new OS.

There are three new "Get A Mac" commercials, each of which pair the familiar "PC and Mac" duo: the stodgy, suit-and-tie "PC" next to "Mac" in a t-shirt and jeans.

In one ad, "Broken Promises" PC is pictured in a series of flashbacks promising over and over again for each new Microsoft OS that it's "not gonna have any of the problems my last operating system had."

But as DailyTech points out, Apple actually showed Microsoft a little love, too, by announcing that it will provide support for Windows 7 in Mac OS X Snow Leopard's Boot Camp.

Responding to a deluge of comments from Apple MacBook owners pleading for official Windows 7 Boot Camp support, Apple revealed that it will be adding support for the new OS before the end of the year.

Check out the whole series on the Apple website here.