I have tried to figure out every possibility for making Windows run faster on my MacBook Air (Rev. A). Because of lack of Memory/Speed, It can sometimes be a hard task for the computer to run Parallels. I like the usefulness of having the two operating systems side by side, but the speed of it on boot camp. So my question was, can I combine those? My idea was to run the two operating systems in two different users, with fast user switching enabled. Since fast user switching "freezes" the account that is not being used, it would be almost as if I were running it in it's own computer by itself. The only problem is, I'm not really sure how to make an account for just that. Obviously, I will block most Mac apps from running, but what about other processes? Are there any processes I don't need running if I am just running Parallels? Any tips for speeding it up? Should I take advantage of ALL the RAM and CPU in Parallels Settings? Anything I should know? Thanks In advance.