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Through a simple search, I was unable to find the answer I was looking for...
What's the best way to run windows program on a mac, and I mean the actual OSX interface, but a windows program. Any advice? Thanks.
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To run a Windows program you need Windows. To install Windows on a Mac, you have your choices of BootCamp or Parallels for Intel Macs and Virtual PC for PPC Macs.

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CrossOver Mac (Intel Only)

An app that lets you install and run Windows applications without Windows. Copy of Windows is not required.

Pros: Low price/free, Do not have to purchase a copy of Windows
Cons: You don't have Windows

http://www.codeweavers.com/beta/cxmac/


Darwine/WINE (PowerPC or Intel)

Similar to CrossOver Mac. Lets you run Windows applications without Windows. Copy of Windows is not required.

Pros: Low price/free, Do not have to purchase a copy of Windows
Cons: You don't have Windows

http://darwine.opendarwin.org/


i think that's what you're referring to?
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