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Old May 4, 2013, 04:48 PM   #101
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is there somebody who tried for example starcraft 2 to play on both win and mac to see if there are differences?
i play on mac 1080p high+ultra and i get 70fps and in mid game like 30-35.
I wonder if in bootcamp ill get a significant boost

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Old May 7, 2013, 02:51 AM   #102
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And another question: if an application on vmwere fusion doesn't run because " cannot run on virtual machine" there is a solution ? or i need to install bootcamp win?
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Old May 7, 2013, 10:23 AM   #103
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Actually, both are correct. Couldn't care less is used in Aust, UK, NZ, SA etc.
Could care less is used in North America mainly.

Although if we are being rectally challenged about it, the yank usage actually makes no sense. In that case LachlanH... I'm with you!!! Burn em at the stake!!!
I just had to reply..,

"Could care less" is ALWAYS wrong. Period.

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And another question: if an application on vmwere fusion doesn't run because " cannot run on virtual machine" there is a solution ? or i need to install bootcamp win?
Yes. Not every app runs in a VM.
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