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1. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 7.0
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2. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 7.0
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3. Mathematica 5.1
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6. Microsoft Virtual PC 2004
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11. VMWARE WORKSTATION 4.X for Windows
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18. Datapilot Samsung Kit E105 USB
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19. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 6.1
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20. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 6.1

1. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 7.0 with Windows XP Home
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Asin: B0002NT5HO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 466
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2. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 7.0
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Asin: B0002NT16E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 274
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3. Mathematica 5.1
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Asin: B0007D9QQ4
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Wolfram Research, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1391
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Features

  • A uniquely productive programming language
  • Creates publication-quality documents with its customizable, cross-platform file format
  • Fully-integrated, technical, computing system; symbolic & numeric computation
  • Used by over a million scientists, engineers, analysts, educators, and students
  • High-performance optimization and linear programming, data analysis, and visualization

4. Symantec pcAnywhere 11.5 Host & Remote
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Asin: B0006DNVWA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
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5. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 7.0 Upgrade
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Asin: B0002NTA0G
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 213
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Features

  • Access PC-only software, files, networks, and devices with your Mac
  • Zero-configuration printing; better graphics handling; expanded preferences
  • Cut and paste between platforms; share folders and other media between platforms
  • Easily shut down virtual PC and relaunch right where it left off
  • G5 support; simple, intuitive installation process; use PC and Mac peripherals

6. Microsoft Virtual PC 2004
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Asin: B0000DC67P
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Software
Sales Rank: 452
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Re-architected to ensure that it meets Microsoft's most stringent security standards
  • Support for up to 4 GB of memory and up to 4 network adapters
  • New file-based configuration of virtual machines; OS/2 integration features
  • Virtual machine additions; portable VHDs; differencing and undo disks
  • Virtual disk support; support for most x86 Oses with no custom drivers

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars It works!
This software is great. I have successfully tested Dos 6.22, Windows 3.0, several versions of Linux (Red Hat and Suse), Windows 95 and Windows NT.
I agree with other reviewers that it can be used for recreational purpouses. My case is about retro-ware and retro-gaming. I have to admit that sound emulation is a little tricky for some old games, but overall the product is excellent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 Rocks
This is one of the best emulation software out there in the market. It is so much EASYER to use than VMWare Workstation 4x. You dont have to set up the cd drives or the floppy drives. I think that this is a much better software for beginners.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for creating CCNP or MCSE 2003 labs...
Awesome product, I was previously using Partition Magic 8.0, which works,but you have to reboot and go into your other operating systems. I can now seamlessly boot from one operating system to another, using my sniffer, tftp server, ftp server, protocol generator, etc. you see where I'm going. This along with some free utilities for generating UDP and TCP floods is a great addition for training. Highly recommended!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars I weighed the options.
I compared VMWare 4.0.5 and Virtual PC 2004 (VPC) side-by-side for a couple of weeks and ultimately decided on VPC for it's affordability, larger memory support, and standard S3 Trio video card emulation which greatly improved the guest OS graphics experience (especially for non-Microsoft OSes). I installed multiple instances of Linux (Redhat and Trustix) and they ran surprisingly well though obviously slower than on a dedicated machine. But, for setting-up a multi-network virtual lab where "how" it works was more important to me than "how fast" it was perfect. Using VPC I was easily able to setup a multi-network virtual lab with several routers, DHCP servers, and DNS servers to iron out some complex interaction scenarios.

MS virtual hardware support is not as robust as VMWare however as it seems that you are limited to emulating (4) IDE drives. This wasn't a serious hindrance to me but should be considered.

As of 3/5/2004 MS was offering a 45 day evaluation download from the VPC product page. I heartily recommend this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very cool!
I initially approached this product with one raised eyebrow, however after putting it through the works I can say I am quite pleased with it.

At 1/3 the cost of VMWare's product, this piece of software does the job nicely.

Its marketed mainly as being useful for business and training applications, however I'm willing the speculate that the majority of this product's use will simply be for fun "playgrounds". :-)

I pulled out my old OS/2 and Win 3.11 boxes that have been collecting dust and brought them to life on VPC. Very cool.

Didn't try Linux on it, but it's reported to work. I wouldn't want to run Linux day-to-day on it anyhow, I'll just stick to using partitions and allowing Linux to get full use of computer resources.

At the least, its very cool (and very fun!) to have DOS/Win3.11 under XP. I've now had a reason to break out all my old DOS/Win 3.11 games again. :-) ... Read more


7. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 7.0 with Windows 2000
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Asin: B0002NT34O
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 2581
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8. Susteen Datapilot LG Kit 3200/7000 USB
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Asin: B0006AAONC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Susteen
Sales Rank: 1089
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9. Mathematica 5.1 (Mac)
list price: $1,880.99
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Asin: B0007D9QSC
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Wolfram Research, Inc.
Sales Rank: 7192
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Features

  • A uniquely productive programming language
  • Creates publication-quality documents with its customizable, cross-platform file format
  • Fully-integrated, technical, computing system; symbolic & numeric computation
  • Used by over a million scientists, engineers, analysts, educators, and students
  • High-performance optimization and linear programming, data analysis, and visualization

10. Maclink Plus Deluxe 15
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Asin: B00030IETG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 2603
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11. VMWARE WORKSTATION 4.X for Windows NT/2000/XP
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00008W9ST
Catlog: Software
Publisher: VMware
Sales Rank: 1014
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Really cool!
I've been using VMWare Workstation for about three years now and have very few complaints. They have fixed a lot of my complaints with this latest release. The company does a much better than average job with customer service. My only complaint is the cost. You can buy a second hard drive for the price of this software and set up a dual boot configuration, which would suit me just fine, given the performance hit running an OS within an OS. Overall the perforamnce hit is not bad. I use this on my laptop where I can work in Linux and yet access office and other windows apps simultaneously. This does take up a lot of disk space and you will want a fairly beefy machine to get reasonable good performance out of your virtual machines.

4-0 out of 5 stars Must have for multi platform development
VMware is an amazing tool. If you...
- work on one operating system but have to program for another
- work on one OS but have to program _on_ another
- have to prototype PCs for different OS configurations

You need VMware. VMware allows you to create a 'virtual machine' on your guest computer. This isn't an emulation of an operating system at all! It creates a thread and isolates hardware access. Then it just lets the guest operating sytem run as normal. The guest has no idea (or little idea) that it is running inside of another operating system.

It's fast and powerful. You can network between the guest and host, or between multiple guests. Your guest can have access to your public network and the internet. You can even mount ISO images as a virtual CDrom for your guest systems. A favorites and bookmarking system can bring up any Virtual PC you use regularly, and the whole interface is sleek, compact, and powerful.

VMware is fantastic. You do need a good computer to run it, though - each virtual machine requires hard drive space as a virtual harddrive and each currently running guest requries a goodly slice of your ram.

It's cheaper than buying a new PC that you'll rarely use, let alone the dozens of PCs you would need to duplicate all the virtual machines you can add to a single computer. ... Read more


12. MICROMAT TechTool Pro 4 Version and Competitive Upgrade ( Macintosh )

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Asin: B000294HBM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Micromat
Sales Rank: 778
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Features

  • The new Volume Journaling runs your directory structure more quickly & efficiently
  • Prevention features send mail alerts any time a problem is found
  • Multiple protection tools for checking Internet connections, networks, modems and some 3rd-party external peripherals
  • Complete suite of Self Monitoring Analysis & Reporting Technology(SMART tests) monitors overall performance and keeps you aware of the situation
  • Powerful repair and diagnostic features -- save your information with these great volume repair and data recovery tools

13. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 6.1 with Window XP Home
list price: $219.00
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Asin: B0000AI0NX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 3456
Average Customer Review: 1.88 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Might as well... and I did
I considered buying Virtual PC, but after careful consideration I went for the other option: A real PC, utilizing Windows XP Professional and the Windows Remote Desktop client for Mac (free from the Microsoft website).
While this solution is more definitely more costly, it depends really dependes what your needs are. As I needed the PC to review PC software, I could not risk blaming the software for errors (or lack of performance) that might have been Virtual PCs fault. Yet, with Windows RDC I can copy and paste from and to my Mac, and have the PC handy in a little window at all times. The display does not refresh as quick as when not operated remotely, but on a 100MBit Ethernet-Connection, I can even listen to iTunes for Windows, and at least see movies at a reduced framerate.
And if that is not fast enough, I still have the option of connecting a monitor to the PC, and see it run a full throttle. The Mac client uses very little performance on the Mac, which is nice.
Yet, a word of caution: I found setting up my system painless, but I say the same thing about installing FreeBSD or Linux. You may want to have a PC-savvy person around. The setup also requires Windows XP Professional, Home does not support Remote Desktop clients.

3-0 out of 5 stars Make it it works on your system
This is a great program when it works. A friend bought a Dual G5 Tower -- the fastest mac available. -- turns out it Virtual PC does not work with it. Make sure you check out the specs you need.

2-0 out of 5 stars Useless with Windows XP; Dogged with Windows 2000
As a PC-to-Mac OS X switcher, I bought Virtual PC with XP Home so that I could continue to run some of my favorite Windows software: mostly small games and streaming media apps. XP Home under Virtual PC is so slow that it is practically unusuable. XP should not be an OS used under Virtual PC; for some reason, it runs incredibly slowly. I thought that maybe Windows 95 under Virtual PC would give me the speed I'd like. Although Windows 95 is more responsive, it taxes the CPU and running actual applications is quite slow (though better than XP). The best bet is Windows 2000 under Virtual PC, which will give you access to Windows applications, if you need. However, anything with motion like games or video is jerky, even on a G4. Don't count on Virtual PC to provide you with an alternative Windows experience on your Mac, as it is advertised. Buy it only if you must run a specific Windows application on your Mac, and then, use Windows 2000 and not XP.

As an alternative, consider Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac OS X, or just buy a desktop pc.

1-0 out of 5 stars Info About use Virutal PC
The Virtual PC Program is a good Program but not with Windows XP please note that I tried it with Virtual PC 6.0 at the time. I had to order an other verson Virtual PC 6.1 but this time I tried it with windows 2000 works alot better then the Windows Xp did. Runs fine with with MAC OS X .

1-0 out of 5 stars Virtual PC does not work on the G5's
Virtual PC in not supported by the G5. If you want to run dual operating systems, do not buy this product or the G5! ... Read more


14. Mediafour MacDrive 6 for Windows
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Asin: B00061M0QK
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: CSDC
Sales Rank: 1513
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Features

  • Nothing new to learn or configure -- just install it and it works
  • Works on CDs, DVDs, hard drives, floppies, Zip, Jaz, ORB, SyQuest, and more
  • Works with Microsoft Office & Works, AppleWorks/ClarisWorks, QuarkXPress, FileMaker Pro, Adobe and Macromedia products, Corel Painter, Digidesign Pro Tools, Avid Media Composer and many more
  • Comes with 30-day Love It or Return It money-back guarantee

15. Conversions Plus 6.0
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00004W4RJ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 3524
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With all the different computer programs and platforms available, files can arrive on your desktop from many different sources and in a variety of formats. Sometimes you can't use files because of the way you received them or because you don't have the program that created them. Conversions Plus can help. Conversions Plus can convert files from different word-processing, spreadsheet, graphic, and database formats, so you can actually open and edit them in your own programs--just as if they were created there. Document formatting, such as bold, italics, and even embedded graphics are retained, so you don't have to retype or reformat. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the great programs!
Remember XTree? It could do just about everything. Conversions Plus, though a different kind of program, is also one of the great programs ever written.
Someone send you a graphic that's garbled? Or a WordPerfect file? Conversions Plus will bring them to light, easily, and (usually) perfectly.
It's one of those programs that will have you saying "how could I have worked without this?"

5-0 out of 5 stars It Works!!!
In a nutshell this is a program that works exactly like it says. I had several hundred files created with Clarisworks 2.0 word processing software. Conversion Plus converted them to Microsoft Word without a hitch. Everything was perserved: font, italics, spacing, it was all there. It saved me a few months worth of typing. Not a bad deal for $65. ... Read more


16. VMWARE WORKSTATION 4.X for Linux
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Asin: B00008W9UN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: VMware
Sales Rank: 1671
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome...
After using Virtual PC, I decided to give vmware for linux a whirl and downloaded the demo. In short: it is fantastic. I've since purchased a full copy. My primary OS at home is linux, and being able to study for Microsoft certifications by using the virtual networking feature as well as developing .net code is otherworldly.. in a good way. No need for a multi-machine lab: just crank up a virtual server and a virtual client and off you go. Very robust is how I would describe this program, though I wouldn't even think of running it with anything under 2Ghz of cpu, a gig of ram, and 100 gig of hard drive.

3-0 out of 5 stars this is a very good product but has problems...
My current usage for VMWARE is the following
Windows XP box
VMWARE is hosting REDHAT Linux.

VMWARE is truly a great product. When you go to VMWARE newsgroups you will see many troubles with getting networking to work correctly. I have had success but this product works for so many operating systems, it's hard to get understandable information (in my case the RedHat OS) to work with the product.

Another problem is that Redhat and many other Linux distros have evolved to a new version of it's GUI environment (XFree86 4.0). The problem is that out-of-the-box, VMWARE doesn't support this and you will have problems with VMWARE if you upgrade your environment to this version.

The last problem is related to Redhat 9.0. I'm not sure if the problem is directly related to VMWARE or Redhat. I have done a few clean installs on hardware dedicated to Redhat -- Pentium 4 Machines. When I try to install Redhat 9.0 with VMWARE, after about 30 minutes of installation, I get a corrupted file (I believe xpdf) and I can't easily skip this program and keep installing (skipping is not possible with RedHat 9). I eventually have to cancel the install and eventually install Redhat 8.0. For the most part, Redhat 9 is where most of the problem resides but I only have this problem when installing with VMWARE so VMWARE gets some of the blame.

I'm sure there are ways around all the problems above. For me, I purchase software like I purchase a car. When I put the key in the ignition and start the car, the car should work exactly as expected. I have no desire to tinker with what I just purchased to get the thing to work. With VMWARE, don't be surprised to get stuck tinkering for hours to get everything to work exactly as it's supposed to. Because of this, this product is getting 3 stars.

I won't be surprised if other users rate VMWARE with 5 stars. I'm sure future versions of this software will solve the problems that I have experienced above. ... Read more


17. PCMover 4.0

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Asin: B0002MAGKK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LapLink, Inc.
Sales Rank: 3710
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18. Datapilot Samsung Kit E105 USB
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Catlog: Software
Publisher: Susteen
Sales Rank: 5320
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19. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 6.1 with Windows 2000
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Asin: B0000AI0NW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 3651
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars TOO SLOW !!!
I bought this product so I can run Microsoft Visual Studio .Net from my Mac (A Dual 1.25 GHz PowerPC G4/2 MB L3 Cache / 1.25 GB SDRAM). I spent $249.00 dollars for VPC. This is thing is too darn slow! I ended buying an eMachine with Windows XP Professional ($600). Now I use the Remote Desktop Connection program from the Mac. Know it feels that I have a PC on my Mac (Yuck!).

5-0 out of 5 stars This one does work
I have used Virutal PC with Windows 95 and that worked fine. But Not the one for windows XP (Virutal PC 6.0 at the time) But when I ordered Verson 6.1 with windows 2000 it worked well so far and it seems still to be working fine With OS X 10.3

4-0 out of 5 stars Works very well
I had the opportunity to try out Virtual PC with XP pro and this product, VPC+Win 2000 pro. The XP worked, but had a sort of stuttering mouse movement and a sluggishness to it. Win 2000 works much much better. I am able to run a windows only CAD program without any problems, at a very usable speed. The folder sharing and drag & drop files feature works flawlessly. Selected Mac OS folders show up as a separate hard drive in Windows environment, which makes it easy to keep multiple project files well organised across environments. My old 3 button USB mouse worked by simply plugging it in. I use a Powerbook G4, 1.25GHz, 512Mb RAM (160Mb for Win2000).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product!!!
I researched the multiple versions of virtual PC before deciding on the windows 2000 version. I am sure I made the right choice. It is an extremely well written program. I can run all the windows software I need. It is fast enough to use the windows version of internet explorer without any problem at all (although I prefer Safari). I am running it on a 17" 1ghz flat panel iMac with 512 MB of ram, and 160 MB of ram dedicated to virtual PC. Once again, despite the bad things you might hear about the XP version of virtual PC, this one is a winner. ... Read more


20. Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac 6.1 with Windows XP Pro
list price: $249.00
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Asin: B0000AI0NY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 4516
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars IT¿S SO SLOW IT HURTZ
When I first started up Virtual PC with Windows XP/Professional [aka VPC+XP/P] on a 1.2 GHz Apple iBook G4 with 320 Mb RAM dedicated to VPC I thought that it had locked up --- but Windows XP was just very very very very slow coming up. The box says 20% faster but I can't even imagine what it must have been like on the minimum recommended processor. Pull-down menus sometimes take a couple of minutes to respond. VPC+XP/P may work OK on a Mac 2.5 GHz desktop with a 333 MHz bus, but it sure is NOT appropriate on an Apple iBook with only 133 MHz. Updating XP with REQUIRED security updates from Microsoft took well over 2 hours to install. After the software was updated with the required updates, the capability to view VPC as a drive on the OS X side stopped working completely and has never returned. The iBook's CD/DVD Superdrive only provides read-only capability to Windows XP. Also, I couldn't get my Visor Platinum to sync with the Palm desktop for XP software through either of the iBook's USB ports. Quite frankly, VPC+XP/P is just NOT worth the frustration one experiences running it on an Apple iBook. Perhaps when Microsoft finishes the new version for the G5 processor and dual processors are used on a 3 GHz desktop, then and only then, will there be a possibility that this software might be reasonably responsive. In the meantime I would recommend instead buying an inexpensive non-Mac laptop or desktop PC if one absolutely must run Windows-only software. It'll be less painful that way.

1-0 out of 5 stars No wonder there is no money-back guarantee
Installing VPC on a 1.25 ghz Mac took me back to the days of the original Mac. No, not because of its easy-to-use elegance, but because VPC with XP Pro is slower than a Mac One with only a floppy drive. I allocated 352 mb ram and 16 mb vram, and to say that it "ran" would be to insult the concept. It crawled, it oozed, it petrified... I used the Windows version of Explorer on my broadband, and it took minutes to load a page that OS X loads in 3 seconds. In fact, no page fully loaded as no graphic ever appeared no matter how long I waited. Microsoft is supposed to deliver an update in 2004. As always, the magazines will give it reasonably good reviews, but unless you get it "free" with the Office "update" you should wait to read the Amazon reviews.

2-0 out of 5 stars Minimum requirement: SuperComputer to make this product run.
Advertised 25% faster.. OMG! If it was any slower it would be stopped. I made a mistake with my G4 1 gig Powerbook of installing just 128 megs of ram on my first install due to I only had 512 megs of physical ram. Not even worth running.. even Solitaire runs like a dog. So I upped my laptop to a full gig & made 512 ram available to my next XP install thinking "problem solved". No difference, No exaggeration.. slow slow slow.
To be honest, if it ran at a good or even acceptable level.. it would be really nice. It is very easy to configure, the support is great: sound, nic, video configuration all works very well.
Very Very pricey tho, prolly need a dual G5 to bring it up to an acceptable level.

2-0 out of 5 stars Pure stress....
This is absolutely the most aggravating program I've ever used in my life. I have to use it for only one program that I have, an online postage program, which doesn't exist in the Mac world.

I run a 1ghz flat panel Imac, a fairly speedy Mac. But running a Windows program in Virtual PC, it runs like a 100Mhz pc....it's pitiful. But, the only option for some Mac users that need to run Windows applications.

Virtual Pc is a necessary evil, and I'm glad it exists....but geez, some work needs to be done on it. ... Read more


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