iMac’s Maybe?

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Yes, I have been here before. But, this particular rumor looks promising. I am one of the guys who doesn’t believe Apple will wait until the Developers Conference in June to announce new iMacs. Well, hot off the press.

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VMWare Fusion

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The other big boy on the block for virtualization software is VMWare Fusion. VMWare has been making virtualization software for many years. They definitely have the expertise that is for sure. They are very well known in the Windows world.

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Parallels 2

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There are two steps for the Parallels install. First you install Parallels, just double-click and go. Then comes your operating system of choice, most likely some brand of Windows.

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Parallels

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When Apple went to the Intel chips Parallels was first on base to provide virtualization software on the new platform. I started installing Parallels right from the beginning on several of our Mac laptops.

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Parallels vs. VMWare Fusion

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Virtualization software has been around for many, many years on the Mac. Virtual PC anyone? If you want to run a another OS on the Mac you need virtualization software to run it. For years all we had was Virtual PC.

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Have You Ever Wanted?

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I have been using Macs since 1987, about 20 years. The platform has had it’s ups and downs, but I have always been convinced it is the superior platform for computing. Now that we have OS X there is really no question about it.

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Odds & Ends

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Needless to say my Mac tech partner from work and I are very disappointed. We both are in the market for a new iMac, but Apple, for whatever reason, has decided to delay the release. Actually, as far as they are concerned it isn’t a delay.

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Newbies

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In my Mac experience there is something that never ceases to amaze me: a Mac newbie. Apple calls them Mac switchers and of course they are switching from the Windows world. Why are switchers amazing?

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