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    Parallels or VMWare Fusion
    EDIT: Wrong place sorry!

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    Don't worry, a mod will move it.

    I've tried both and actually slightly prefer Parallels. Fusion is slightly quicker at the moment, because it supports dual cores, but the very latest Parallels (updated 2 days ago) and narrowed the gap.

    I've been using Parallels for almost a year and never had any issues with it. The ability to launch OS X apps within Windows or vice versa is pretty funky (Fusion can do this too, but I prefer Parallels' implementation).

    Fusion seems to have better Linux support for Ubuntu - but I run SuSE anyway.
    In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is stoned to death.
    - Joan D. Vinge


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