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kbolin

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Time for a Mac?
« on: May 02, 2006, 05:35:26 PM »

Apple has some funny ads posted on their site... check them out!

Get a Mac

Hummm.... now if I didn't have these business apps that I need I would jump all over the Mac.  I think it might be time!

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Time for a Mac?
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2006, 06:38:41 PM »

There's always virtualization software (different than VPC). The next PowerMacs, or whatever they'll be called, will be using the next intel chips which will support virtualization at the hardware level. That means you can split the hardware and run both OSX and Windows without any emulation and at full speed simultaneously.
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Time for a Mac?
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2006, 10:32:35 AM »

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Apple has some funny ads posted on their site... check them out!

Get a Mac

Hummm.... now if I didn't have these business apps that I need I would jump all over the Mac.  I think it might be time!

Kelly
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Kelly, you gotta get [a href=\"http://www.parallels.com/]Parallels[/url] and you'll be able to run "these business apps", in various Windoze flavors, at the same time, and side by side with MacOSX, on your IntelMac. Heck! You can even run Linux, Solaris, and others, at the same time too! Try that on a PC . . . !
Turn your Mac into a serious workstation!
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