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A VM is a virtual machine. That's like having a whole new machine that doesn't physically exist running on your Mac/ pc.
We run Windows on one of our Mac's. Well hubby has to for work purposes sometimes. I don't ever use it these days (when I did it slowed down my old computer terribly and everything took an age) and avoid any reason to have to use it now.
Virtual machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
That should help explain the tech side a bit more. TBH if you don't really know about this stuff it can be a bit of a pain to set up. I won't bother with it again. I've fully converted to using a Mac and usually can find Mac friendly alternatives for stuff if I want/need them.
Use Boot Camp, but use Parallels when needing to run both OS simultaneously.
we were chuffed to bits yesterday when hubby got expat shield and for 2 hours watched back to back corrie!!!!!!!!!!!!
BUT arghhhh... today it wont work - we can get bbc iplayer ok - but its not letting us on itv player (or channel 4 OD from what i tried earlier). Anyone got any ideas? Or can anyone give me an idea of which ones you pay a bit for which are worthwhile downloading?
We were looking fwd to another night of Corrie catchup tonight but could only get Top Gear
For example, if you wish to look at MyP2P.eu :: Live sports and Now Playing overview. Free Live Sports right now on your pc. to watch Man United get beaten by Liverpool on Sunday, it will only work with a pc unless you run it as a pc or do some clever programming.