Loc: Yuba City, California
I finally bought it and I'm not all that impressed with the constraints I have to operated under. It's very nice to be able to run OS X and XP side-by-side and being able to drag files bwtn systems but, I don't like the hardware limitations imposed by Parallels. <br><br>For example, I am limited to 64 MB of video RAM and 1.5 GB of RAM. Forget about playing games with that kind of limitation. In fact, Crysis won't even load while using Parallels. I suppose it's fine if you're not playing games or using high-demand video software.<br><br>To play Crysis, I just boot into XP and it is able to make use of all of my Macs resources.<br><br>I am impressed with Parallels though. I like the software and chose it over VMWare's Fusion. I may have to try that next. Is anyone here using or tried Fusion?<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
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