Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by FEELSGOODMEN, Feb 14, 2008.
this friday my new HD and ram comes in from new egg. i have XP to install.
VMWare. Must faster then Parallels, better support, less crashing, etc.
I don't use Windows at all
i have to for school and work.
what he said
really? I thought parallels was the way to go for a Windows installation. I've been using that. I'll need to try out VMWare.
if i have to, crossover
I tried crossover and didn't like it at all
none at all
Parallels was the shit till Fusion came on the block...
Fusion is everything Paralells is, just leaner and faster
I did vote.
no voting option for none.
well, i usually only use windows if i have to rip/burn a dvd. because it is automated very well on my desktop pc, also means that i don't have to have any slowdown on my macbook
so really, i use a desktop pc for windows.
if i really need to use windows on my macbook, i use vmware. it is so much better than parallels
I used to use Parallels for XP, then switched to vmware which was a lot better. But I haven't used XP in months anyways.
if you don't use windows... you don't vote.
I tried Parallels and it would never properly access my bootcamp partition. I'm going to try out Fusion when I wipe everything to install Leopard.
Both Bootcamp and VMWare
Bootcamp for me.
UNITY with VmWare is the win all the way
For playing games I thought Bootcamp was the only way to go? Wouldn't you take a performance hit not running Windows natively?
VMWare because it's fast. I need Windows for Pspice, Labview, MultiSim/Ultiboard, Visual Studio and Excel '07.
Macs really suck when it comes to engineering applications.
Can't wait til I get out and go to law school; deleting my Windows VM the second I finish my BSEE.