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I have seen lots of videos on youtube about how to play PC games on a mac, and was wondering which one was the best? If anyone could help, that would be much appreciated, thanks
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Hello.

First off, I moved your thread over to the right forum. This will help you to get more relevant responses to your question.

Secondly, I'd encourage you to read our guide here:

Running Windows on a Mac: A Switcher's Guide

Which should address the majority of your questions. Good luck and let us know how you make out!

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Thankyou for moving it. I wasn't sure where to post the thread, and thanks for the link
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Once you install Windows on your Mac you can pretty much run any Windows game..now depending on the specs of your Mac mind you that some don't have dedicate graphics memory and share it from system memory and also might be the newest possible chipset so some games might suffer graphical issues..

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