I’m working with a few new Macintosh “switchers” the next few days, so I’ve updated my list of recommended Macintosh applications. These are all programs I either have on my MacBook now or have had in the recent past, and find/have found useful for various purposes. (These are applications in addition to the ones which come pre-installed on Mac computers.)
I need to learn the name of the Windows-OS visualization programs Miguel Guhlin and others in San Antonio ISD are using which they say is faster and even better than Parallels. Anyone using good virtualization software on the Macintosh side besides Parallels with good results?
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