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Originally Posted by Red 5 View Post
Life: thanks for that info. I'm not sure what all that means though. I am thinking about getting parallels anyways.
Here's what it means:

Crossover lets you run Windows apps in OS X without installing or running Windows. Some apps run better than others. Crossover has a very low impact on the system because you aren't actually running a second OS. The apps that do work, do so with a very high performance.

Parallels lets you run Windows simultaneously with OS X. Most anything that runs in Windows natively will run on Parallels under Windows, but the performance is very poor.
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