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I want to install xp on my intel mini using parallels. Can anyone tell me what it runs like and what is the speed of xp like running this way.

Done a search but could not find much of any help.

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Done a search but could not find much of any help.
I did a search and found quite a few helpful threads:

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If you aren't going to do anything 3D then XP on parallels is great. It really doesn't feel any different then native once you get the Parallels tools installed.
I have an iMac 17" with an external monitor and I run XP on the external monitor full screen. Like having 2 Computers in 1.
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