Migrating a PC onto a Mac with Parallels
Run Windows on a Mac with our step-by-step instructions for Parallels virtualisation software
By , 23 Feb 2012 at 11:03
Running Windows on a Mac is easy with virutalisation - and unlike dual-booting, you can access applications via both OSes without a restart.
There are multiple software options to choose from, the free VirtualBox as well as a pair of commercial products, Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion. Here, we show you how to move a PC onto your Mac using Parallels.
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