There’s been an icon on the desktop of my MacBook Pro for about as long as I have had it for Parallels. To be honest I started the installation process, reached so far and discovered I had to register even for the demo and never followed through, which hasn’t really been a problem because I have access to a Windows Terminal Server when I need it and OSX can do most of what I want. Which is all fine until you need to do some testing on Internet Explorer that isn’t a restricted access version and need to be able to see pretty much what most end users will see. So this morning I’ve upgraded to a full version of Parallels and after following the steps in the simple setup guide, I have something that is working. It’s actually a lot better than I thought it would be and I can now play around with Vista too.

Author: Cris Bloomfield

Usually mountain biking in the North.

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