The good thing is parallels and fusion both have trial versions available. Download them and give em a shot. At the moment, I prefer VMWare Fusion ...but in reality they both do almost the EXACT same thing. Fusion just utilizes multiple CPUs/Cores and parallels doesn't ....although I have heard from a Parallels rep that called our office that they are getting ready to release a new version in a couple months or so. It will probably add that feature. <br><br>zweisoft<br>
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