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by Tom Nelson

It’s easier than you might think to run Windows on a Mac; all you need is virtualization (also know as virtual machine) software. The top three applications for running Windows on an Intel-based Mac are Boot Camp,Parallels, and Fusion. All three work well, and are easy to use. Determining which one performs best, provides the best value, and best meets your needs can be difficult. A closer look at each may make the decision easier.

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Boot Camp

Apple Boot Camp has two important features that Parallels and Fusion can’t even touch. First of all, it’s free. Well, almost free; it was originally included with OS X Leopard (OS X 10.5) and has been part of OS X ever since. If you’re running any version of OS X newer than Leopard, then you already have Boot Camp installed.

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