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    VPC and Counter Strike
    Would I be able to play counter strike condition zero on my mac mini with virtual pc? would it run slow?

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    No you would not be able to as VPC is not intended for gaming.
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    so how.vpc can not use for pc game

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    VirtualPC is a PC emulator, like a software PC. That means all that a real PC would do in hardware, VirtualPC does in the software. As such, it is of course by far less powerfull than a real PC, even on the fastest Mac (which the mini is not). Also, Virtual PC does not emulate DirectX, which is needed for most games.

    That's why lots of people here have a PC as second setup, for gaming.

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