I asked this question on another site and this is the answer I received. Please help explain his response. Thanks. Me: "I own 2 restaurants. Both have DVR security camera system that would like to view remotely. It isn't mandatory to do so but it would be nice to see what is going in my restaurants when I can not be at one. Anyway, the software is PC based and I really do not care to run on boot camp all of the time. One store has a 32 camera system and the other a 12 camera system. Something else I wish to view remotely is my POS system (Point of Sale) Again it isn't mandatory. I run my corporate office by PC. In example, Quickbooks and Office. I know There is Quickbooks for Mac and Office for Mac but my biggest concern here is transferring data from the Mac to the PC. Help me out here guys. Thanks. " Answer: "All you need to do is install Parallels or VMWare and you can run all your current PC apps seamlessly along with the Mac OS. No need to use Boot Camp or reboot. You won't notice any difference in speed from your current PC either. You will have the best of all worlds. Just make sure you get 4G or more of RAM and you should be all set." Me: "Ok. Can you explain to meow to install parallels, what is involved, where can I get it and also how to's on the VMWare?"