|Dec 10, 2011, 03:13 AM||#1|
VM Ware vs Bootcamp
Since storage space can get tight on the MacAir I was wondering which takes up less hard drive space
1. using VM Ware with windows and removing bootcamp
2. using only Bootcamp with windows
On my 13 inch 2010 Air I use bootcamp which works OK for me but if I upgrade to a new 11 inch Air I thought I might just run windows through VM Ware
so I don't have to section of the SSD drive.
|Dec 11, 2011, 04:06 PM||#2|
Bootcamp is going to take more space I'd say.
I switched from VMWare to Parallels 7 when I went to the Air and am very, very happy with it. Its fast, lean, and integrates so well with Lion.
13" MacBook Air (Mid 2011) - 1.8Ghz, 4G RAM, 250G SSD, w/ 27" TB Display, Bluetooth Keyboard, Magic Trackpad
iPad Mini - 16G, Wifi, Black, iPhone 4s - 32G, Black
Apple TV 2 w/Firecore
|Dec 11, 2011, 08:48 PM||#4|
iMac 27" 2010 i5 2.8ghz; Macbook Air 13" 2011 i5
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