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Any way to access my Mac Pro from my Windows Laptop?


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I love my new Mac Pro but don't have the funds yet to buy a Mac book Pro. Is there any decent online service that I could pay for that has been successful in letting me use my Windows XP notebook to access my Mac Pro?

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