Sunday, November 9, 2008

Commentary: Running Windows on Macs (Part 4)
In our previous installments, we discussed a number of ways you can run the Windows operating system on your Mac. You can run Windows natively via Apple's Boot Camp, or via virtualization applications (also known as hypervisors), such as Parallels Desktop for Mac or VMware Fusion. Both of theses means are viable options that provide you with all (in the case of Boot Camp) or nearly all (in the case of virtualization) of the full functionality of Windows. But what if you don't want to install Windows or don't want to purchase Windows...