Mac users with Intel-based machines have several options when it comes to running Windows on their Leopard machines: Boot Camp, Parallels, or VMWare Fusion. Boot Camp is included with OS X, and provides a dual boot machine that runs either OS, but only one at a time. Parallels and VMWare are virtualization products that allow you to run both operating systems simultaneously, in different windows on the Mac desktop. For more details, read Sam at NotebookReview .
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