Does Windows 7 loader work with Parallels on a Mac?
No, and using windows 7 is not legal
With Parallels Desktop for Mac Premium Edition you can: • Enhanced! Enjoy improved Mac OS X Leopard • New! Use two identical CD/DVD drives in your Parallels virtual machine • Run Windows programs like native Mac applications with Parallels Coherence, now with Apple Expose' and transparent windows support • New! Open Windows files with Mac apps and Mac files with Windows apps using Parallels SmartSelect • Share files and folders between Windows and Mac OS…
Software is designed to work with a particular operating system. The Mac uses the Mac OS X operating system but you can also install the Windows operating system on a Mac. Windows is usually installed on a Mac by using Boot Camp (see the assistant in the Utilities folder) or with an emulator such as Parallels (See links below). With Windows installed the Mac can then use Windows software.
You can buy a copy of Windows and with Apples Boot Camp drivers you can install Windows on another partition of your Mac and boot into a full install of Windows. Or you can buy and install Parallels, VMWare, etc, and buy a copy of Windows then install windows via Parallels or VMWare to use Windows while booted into the Mac OS. You don't have to keep booting back and forth between the Mac OS…
You want to share your files both in Mac and Windows with Parallels Desktop for Mac Premium Edition can you do it?
Is it possible run Microsoft Access on a MacBook Pro with parellels desktop installed after installing windows 7 XP or vista I want to buy a MacBook Pro but I still need to use Access for work?
It is possible to run Microsoft's Access on a MacBook Pro with Parallels Desktop. Parallels creates a virtual Windows computer on the Mac where you can run your Windows software. The Access database will need to be on the Windows side - either on the Parallels virtual disc or a connected Windows network as it will not be recognised if located on the Mac OS X hard disc.
Yes but you have to purchase and install the Microsoft office 2010 software for macs. The regular Microsoft office for Windows won't work on the mac operating system and macs won't work on windows unless you install the windows operating system using parallels or boot camp. Ask about it at your local Apple Store.
Parallels is not an emulator; it is a virtual machine. Also, it does not run programs directly. It instead allows you to run Windows in a box. The Windows installation is completely isolated from the rest of your system, so there is no exchange of files unless you specifically set up some form of file sharing. As such, saved games in Windows in Parallels will not automatically be transferred into the Mac version's folder.
Windows games are written to work with the Windows operating system. The Mac does not use the Windows operating system and so the game will not be able to work on a Mac. You will need to install the Windows operating system on your Mac or some software that emulates the parts of the Windows system that the game needs to have a Windows game work on a Mac.
Generally software designed for mac will not work in windows. But we should distinguish the difference between mac software and other software. Mac is an operating system which requires software that is compatible with mac, just as Windows requires its own compatibility. If software is made by mac, it will definitely work with mac but may or may not a windows version available or even designed.
Some programs created by Microsoft have versions for the Mac. For example, Microsoft Office is available for the Mac operating system. They've also developed Microsoft Messenger, Virtual PC, Outlook Express, and other applications for the Mac. If an application created by Microsoft is not available for the Mac, you can always run Windows on your Mac. If you've got an Intel processor, you can run Windows with Parallels (www.parallels.com), and if your Mac doesn't have…
Maplestory only works with the Windows operating system and will not work with Mac OS X. If you have a Mac with an Intel processor you can install Windows on the Mac. If you have Windows installed on the Mac but it is still not working the problem is usually related to the Direct X software within Windows.
If you own a copy of the Windows operating system you can install it on any recent Mac with an Intel processor. This can either be done using Apple's Boot Camp which lets you run Windows as you would on any other computer or by using emulation software such as Fusion or Parallels which will run Windows in its own Window on top of your Mac OS X system. (See links below)
Windows programs require the Windows operating system to be installed on a Mac. Windows can be installed (using the Boot Camp utility) and the Mac restarted so it is just running Windows like any other computer running Windows or it can be run in a virtual machine (using Parallels or Fusion etc.) which will put Windows in a Window on top of Snow Leopard. (See links below)