Na ọtụtụ ngwa azụmahịa na-agbapụ na Microsoft, Mac ka bụ ihe mgbu na butt iji gbaa ọsọ na ọnọdụ azụmahịa. Ihe kachasị ọhụrụ sistemụ arụmọrụ sitere na Apple na-enye ụfọdụ enyemaka na BootCamp, ngwa nke na-enye gị ohere ị nweta boot-Intel nke dabeere na Intel na OSX ma ọ bụ na Windows.
Dual booting, for the most part, is really like running two different computers off the same hardware, though. Bootcamp is fine, but switching back and forth is not an easy task. Parallels has solved the problem, though and merged the two worlds into a world that simply doesn't seem right! I've been running Parallels (thanks to friend, Bill) since its earliest versions.
When coherence was introduced, that's when crazy stuff started to happen… having a dock, task bar and apple's bar all in the same window just seems all wrong! Even worse? Dragging and dropping from Windows applications to Mac applications and vice-versa. Wow! The Mac na PC esemokwu is put to rest, isn't it?
Adịghịzi onye na-ese ihe osise, onye na-emepụta Weebụ, ma ọ bụ onye na-ahụ maka mmesi obi ike ngwa ngwa chọrọ ọtụtụ ngwaike iji mee ihe dị mfe dịka nnwale maka nnabata nchọgharị. Ha niile nwere ike ịgba ọsọ na-enweghị otu Mac - na m MacBookPro.
When Leopard came out, it seemed my happiness was over! I corrupted XP and simply couldn't get my applications to work like they used to. I was peeved, even taking the opportunity to write some of the folks over at Parallels personally. They were good guys and assured me that help was on the way!
Aghota na agu
This week it came! The latest upgrades for Parallels added some more features along with full Leopard compatibility. If you're looking for a great application for your Mac enthusiast – this may be it.
If you're a PC person and just plain frightened by these cool Mac people – this is your chance to still have the glowing apple on your laptop but run your good ‘ol apps in Windows.