I use Parallels to run Windows 2000, so I can do quick testing with IE 6 on Windows. I like it because it boots real quick.<br><br>I also use Parallels to toy with different Linux distros. Install, play, drag to trash.<br><br>My only complaint with Boot camp is the need for XP, which would mean forking out $$ for an OS I don't need*. My last retail version of Windows is 2000 and I don't think it will install with boot camp unless there is a hack on the Internets, which I never really looked for one.<br><br><br><br>*Christ, it's cheaper to buy a new PC with Vista installed - what's up with that? Well, not really but it sure seems like it.<br><br>I started out with nothing and I still have most of it left.
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