Oh cool, you know MapleStory. I'm afraid not many knows. But yea, I'm hoping MapleStory can be played on Windows (it's just the fact that the lazy people at PayPal isn't FireFox compatible) using BootCamp or else I'd be paying $200 just to view IE websites and some other stuff.Eidorian said:I surprised you can't run Maple Story via a virtual machine...
Pro - runs windows as good as, if not faster, than a quality PC LaptopBoot camp is a partitioning program. You then install windows onto that free partition. So when running windows in this way, it is running natively. It will be exactly the same as running windows on a non-apple PC of the same spec.
Exactly what I was gonna say.Pros: Runs Windows
Cons: Runs Windows
Pro - runs windows as good as, if not faster, than a quality PC Laptop
Con - you can only boot into a single OS. For my needs, I like Parallels, but I'm not doing any gaming.