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Apple Tips: Play Windows Games on Your Mac

Posted on Thursday, October 29 2009 @ 03:09:25 CET by


Sure, one can install Windows on the Mac using Boot Camp and play the games there – but that requires a full system reboot, as both operating systems can’t run at the same time, and switching between them isn’t as simple as logging out and logging back in. I don’t always want to have to completely power down and select a different OS just to play a game. Things need to run in the background, and life needs to keep going even if I’m absorbed in a game.

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