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iMac ok to use with (normally Windows operated) Barclays BARX trading platform?


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Hi. I'm hoping that someone can help as I'm getting conflicting information from Barclays Stockbrokers. I'm about to purchase an iMac but am unsure as to whether I will be able to operate BARX on it? I know this is quite niche but does anyone have any experience in this?
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No experience with it, but most likely it's Windows only. Which means that you can probably run it in a VM with Parallels, Fusion, or even the free VirtualBox from Oracle. Or, you can install Windows on the iMac using the Boot Camp Assistant. Of course that means you will need a legal copy of Windows. (Boot Camp or VM method.)
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