Running Multiple Platforms on Your Mac

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Running OS X and Windows XP on One Machine

If you own one of the newer Intel-based Macs, you can run OS X and Windows XP on one machine, thanks to Apple’s Boot Camp. Although Boot Camp itself is free, you have to supply your own single-disc, full-install [more…]

How to Run Both OS X and Windows on Your Mac

Thanks to Apple software called Boot Camp, you can run both Windows (XP or Vista) and OS X on one Mac machine. Here’s how to install Boot Camp, which came with Leopard, so you can use both Windows and [more…]

How to Avoid Rebooting Every Time You Switch between Leopard and Windows

Apple Boot Camp let's you run both Leopard and Windows on your Mac, but Boot Camp’s biggest drawback is its requirement that you reboot your computer every time you want to switch between Leopard and Windows [more…]

How to Switch Between Windows and OS X with Mac's Boot Camp

If you own Intel-based Macs, you can run OS X and Windows on one machine. In fact, it’s been possible to run Windows on a Mac for some time — with agonizing limitations. Near-extinct Mac models were loaded [more…]

How to Use Parallels and Fusion to Virtually Run Windows on Your Mac

Need to run Windows on your Mac? You have a few options. One popular solution is Boot Camp. Boot Camp’s biggest drawback is its requirement that you reboot your computer every time you want to leave one [more…]

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