OT: Parallels or VMWare Fusion?

Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at cox.net
Thu Feb 18 18:43:39 EST 2010

Hi Stephen,

I'm using Fusion WITH Bootcamp, so I could boot directly into Windows if I wanted, but prefer the Fusion connection so I can bounce back and forth between XP and OSX. Most of the time I'm using XP to read the California Building Code which doesn't come in a Mac version. I find what I need, copy it, go to my OSX applications and paste the text, and/or graphics (screen shots) where needed. Fusion minimizes to the dock when I go to OSX. Only reason for doing this is that Spotlight doesn't find anything on XP docs. At one point, I tried to transfer the entire code into a Mac doc, but it's just too huge. 

Joe Lewis Wilkins

On Feb 18, 2010, at 3:32 PM, stephen barncard wrote:

> This would be a good time to find out what people are using for x-platform
> dev with macs--
> What is the most 'centric' version of Windows to allow one develop in a
> virtualized space with minimum fuss (if that's possible with Windows).  I'm
> considering the free Sun virtualizer - what are the pros and cons vs the
> others?  ( and I don't want to use Boot Camp - too inconvenient)
> thanks
> -------------------------
> Stephen Barncard
> San Francisco
> http://houseofcubes.com/disco.irev
> On 18 February 2010 14:56, Jeff Massung <massung at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've used both and definitely liked VMware far more than Parallels. But,
>> Parallels has since gone from version 3 to 5, and perhaps it's improved.
>> Jeff M.
>> _______________________________________________

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