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VMWare Hints at Mac plans

Apple’s move to Intel processors in its Macintosh computers continues to bear fruit – this time market-leading OS virtualisation company VMware has hinted at future Mac plans. The news follows Apple’s revelation of its Boot Camp software, which allows users to set Intel Macs to boot up in both Windows and Mac OS. It also […]

Computer Users Can Simultaneously Run Mac OS, Windows, Linux Programs with Parallels Desktop for Mac; Breakthrough Virtualization Technology Product Extends Appeal, Usefulness of Intel(R) Processor-Based Apple Macs

HERNDON, Va. — June 15, 2006 — Parallels today announced that its Desktop for Mac virtualization software is available for purchase for $79.99, following the conclusion of a Beta program that generated more than 100,000 testers from 71 countries and has resulted in the current stable, high-performance version. As a special incentive to new […]

RUMOR: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard to feature virtualization, ‘living interface elements’ and more

“In recent weeks, the core feature set and low-level changes to the Mac OS X codebase have been firmed up in preparation for focused efforts to produce a ‘WWDC Preview’ release in early August to be shared with developers in attendance of Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (Aug. 7-11),” Mac OS Rumors reports. “A lot […]

Parallels reaches OS on Mac virtualization milestone

Parallels has released a Final Candidate pre-release beta of its virtualisation software for Intel macs, called Parallels Desktop Release Candidate for Mac. The software isn’t just a dual-boot solution, as it allows users to use Windows, Linux and any other operating system at the same time as Mac OS X, more akin to Virtual PC. […]

X-Win32 First PC X Server to Support Apple’s Mac Boot Camp

SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 26, 2006–StarNet Communications, a leading publisher of Windows-to-UNIX/Linux connectivity software, announced that X-Win32 has become the first PC X server to support Apple Computer’s “Boot Camp” program. Boot Camp allows Macintosh users to install the Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system as well as Windows-based applications on a separate partition on a new […]

Apple’s Intel-Macs Begin Shipping with Windows XP Pre-Installed

After Apple’s release of Boot Camp, allowing customers to install and run Windows XP natively on its Intel-based Macs, many predicted that it would simply be a matter of time before Macs started shipping with Microsoft’s Windows XP preinstalled. Now it seems the inevitable has occurred. One of the largest online Apple dealers, MacMall, has […]

OS X to run Windows XP apps natively?

Apple may be planning to implement the Windows API (Application Programming Interfaces) directly in Mac OS X 10.5, which would allow Mac users to run Windows XP applications natively in Mac OS X without rebooting and without the need for virtualization software. Robert Cringely, in his latest column, also reiterated that Apple may migrate Mac […]

Parallels Workstation 2.1 Delivers First Virtualization Solution for Intel-powered Apple Computers

Enables Users to Run Windows, Linux and Other Operating Systems alongside Mac OS X HERNDON, Virginia – April 6th, 2006 – Parallels announced today that it is beginning beta testing for Parallels Workstation 2.1 for Mac OS X, the first virtualization software that gives Apple users the ability to simultaneously run Windows, Linux or any […]

Apple Mac Virtualization???

Believe it or not, I was in an Apple store yesterday and I almost bought a new dual core Apple but didn’t. So, you can sort of see, I’m liking this Mac thing and now I just returned from a business trip and I’m starting to put together post for this site and I found […]

Apple and Virtualization? The Key to Apple’s Future!

I’ve always said Steve Jobs is a smart, smart man and I think it is starting to make sense why he decided to port the Mac OS to run on Intel chips.   The reason could be virtulization….    Can you imagine running a killer Apple Notebook with Vista, OSx and Linux all at the same time??  […]

DABCC Dashboard Widget for Mac OS X 10.4 “Tiger”

If youre not familiar with Macs, Apple computer released late last month its latest OS version called Mac OS X 1.04 and above.    Among the 200+ new features added to this version, two specific get everyones attention. One is the “Spotlight” which I will comment on later.   The second one is the “Dashboard”. Dashboard as described […]

Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Client 1.0.3 for Mac

Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac allows you to connect to a Windows-based computer and work with programs and files on that computer from your Macintosh computer. To connect to a Windows-based computer, you need network access and permissions to connect to the computer, and the computer must be running Terminal Services or Remote Desktop […]

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