The Apple Core: Virtualize, don’t dual boot

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Date: Friday, April 7th, 2006, 10:09
Category: The Apple Core

There’s been plenty of hype about Apple’s dual boot option for Windows Macs, Boot Camp but there’s another option that is worthy of consideration.
In my post about Boot Camp yesterday I mentioned that although it’s a great option for people that need a full Windows workstation, I prefer something like Wine that allows you to run Windows applications while still living in Mac OS X.
There’s another solution that does this now called Parallels. Parallels Workstation 2.1 is the first desktop virtualization solution for Intel-based Macs that enables you to run Windows, Linux and other operating systems in parallel inside Mac OS X.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.


There’s been plenty of hype about Apple’s dual boot option for Windows Macs, Boot Camp but there’s another option that is worthy of consideration.
In my post about Boot Camp yesterday I mentioned that although it’s a great option for people that need a full Windows workstation, I prefer something like Wine that allows you to run Windows applications while still living in Mac OS X.
There’s another solution that does this now called Parallels. Parallels Workstation 2.1 is the first desktop virtualization solution for Intel-based Macs that enables you to run Windows, Linux and other operating systems in parallel inside Mac OS X.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.

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