Saturday, November 8, 2008

Commentary: Running Windows on Macs (Part 3)
In the previous installment of this series we discussed running Windows on your Mac natively using Apple's Boot Camp utility. The downside to running Windows on you Mac natively via Boot Camp is that you have to reboot your Mac into Windows, leaving the Mac OS behind until you later reboot back into the Mac OS—you can only access one operating system at a time. However, using a virtualization application on your Mac, you can use both the Mac OS and Windows simultaneously...