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    Vurtual Windows on Mac
    Hello

    Which one is the best option in terms of running windows on a mac..?

    Running virtual windows or do the boot camp?

    Any reviews would be great.

    Thanks
    Herman

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    Depends on what you want windows for and whether you mind rebooting or not.
    For general stuff, not too resource heavy, virtual is fine. For resource heavy stuff like games, etc Use Bootcamp.
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    Thanks Craig,

    I looking at documents and test a software, so I think Virtual will work.

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