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For the most part, Windows software can be run in a virtual machine with little or no performance degradation. The exception is games or certain CAD programs that require the full power of graphics acceleration and 3D.

VMWare Fusion, Parallels, and the free VirtualBox are currently the choice you have for virtual machine software. Running Windows in a VM has the advantage of not having to reboot the machine each time in order to run.
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