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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by safetyobc, Oct 18, 2007.
Moderator please delete this thread. I mistakenly posted in wrong thread,
Well I think it depends on how you work with Windows. Bootcamp is of course free, but you have boot into it at startup and then your computer becomes a Windows computer which means it's prone to all of the Windows faults and enemies and so on. I would use VmWare if I were you for the virtual environment it provides, but it's $80. I don't use Windows at all anymore (except to troubleshoot my wifes pc), that is why I got a Mac.
I would stick with XP for this application, but again that's a personal preference. I have used Vista and hate it.