Having succesfully navigated the Windows on Mac world via both the unofficial hack as well as Apple’s Boot Camp, I once again put on the Windows hat for a first look at Parallels Workstation. Parallels lets you run Windows (nearly any variant), as well as various versions of Linux and Unix, and I tested multiple OSes on the Core Duo mini.
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- @dmoren Just a bit less than 12 parsecs. about 1 hour ago in reply to dmoren
- @jelledelaender We did: If the OS doesn't clear the quarantine flag from the download, Witch and/or System Preferen… https://t.co/2vJqD3XgGh about 2 hours ago in reply to jelledelaender
- The 10.15 Supplemental Update—I'm being pessimistic and labeling it Supplemental Update 1—comes just eight days aft… https://t.co/TaM80NtHtz about 20 hours ago
- @lapcatsoftware But why would it then prevent writing it? Or are you saying he still had it open in a document-base… https://t.co/bK1Y0bPeEi about 21 hours ago in reply to lapcatsoftware
- We had a user whose prefs wouldn't save for our app Keymou. In looking at the prefs file's permissions, the only od… https://t.co/Pqr2NRRM7K about 22 hours ago
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