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Unread 03-14-2014, 08:45 PM   #1
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Partitioning Mac with Windows

Anyone done this? Looking at Boot Camp and looking for insight/tips to avoid some of the pitfalls. Wouldn't even think about Windows but have to for a business issue. Have a PC but want to keep things all together on the Mac.
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Run a virtual OS if you don't want to dual boot.

http://its.yale.edu/how-to/installin...ng-virtual-box
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Yrp, VirtualBox. Free and easy.
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Third running virtual box or Parallels. Bootcamp kinda stinks because you have to dedicate storage up front vs a Virtual Machine that just grows as it needs space.
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Thx again for the input.
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