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Bootcamp vs Parallels


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just looking for input on bootcamp vs parallels. what do you prefer, can one be better than the other? thanks
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In addition...please give these "sticky" threads a read. May help as well:

Running Windows on a Mac: A Switcher's Guide
Bootcamp: Save yourself possibly hours of time:

Also some additional links via an internet search:

Parallels Desktop vs. Boot Camp: Which is best for running Windows on a Mac? | ITworld
Benchmarking Parallels, Fusion, and VirtualBox Against Boot Camp - The Mac Observer
How to Choose Between Apple Bootcamp and Parallels: 5 steps

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