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I have a website program for windows I want to run on my MAC. I do not want to install Windows on my mac, I just want to run this program. Can I do this? I have a Powerbook. Thanks
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There's a program called Crossover made by Codeweavers that can run Windows apps on your mac. It creates some kind of Windows shell environment so programs can run "natively".

http://www.codeweavers.com/

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