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Hi all

Before i go out and buy Parallels can someone confirm a couple of things for me.
1 can you surf the web through it. I need to be able to do this to check a website in IE for windows users.
2 Can you burn cds and dvds using something like Nero.

If the answer is no to any of those questions then i am going to have to use Bootcamp instead.

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I can only answer 1 off the top of my head and the answer is yes.

2, I would be very very surprised if it didn't work and if noone else answers, PM me and I'll test it out.

Can you download the trial and give it a go?
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I cannot confirm the position as my trial version has just expired.

I have ordered Parallels from Amazon for 35.99 inc free delivery - a bit cheaper than the US$79.99 - in case you were not aware of this.
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Just go to parallels.com and download the trial before you buy.
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