Apple Boot Camp 3.2 – Early 2011 iMacs

Apple has released Boot Camp 3.2 Update for iMac (Early 2011) – the iMacs that were released earlier today. It’s for Microsoft Windows 7, and it addresses issues with Japanese and Korean keyboards on the latest iMacs. The download weighs in at 638 KB and the download ID is DL1384. … Read more

Macworld: Running Vista Home on a Mac

Macworld has a hands on with Microsoft Windows Vista Home, loading it up under Parallels Desktop and Apple’s Boot Camp. They were able to install it under Parallels. Excerpt: If you care about running Windows on a Mac, you’ve undoubtedly heard that the end user license agreement (EULA) for Windows … Read more

New EFI Firmware May Fix Parallels/VTI-x Issues (Nov 13, 2006)

Some are reporting on the Parallels forums and elsewhere, that they are no longer having to do the “sleep trick” to get the Intel virtualization technology (VTI-x) to kick in for Parallels. You have to install the update and then power the machine all the way off – rebooting wont’ … Read more

Boot Camp 1.1.2 beta Released

There’s a new update to Boot Camp. Updates/Changes: Boot Camp 1.1.2 beta contains several updates and is intended for all new and previous Boot Camp beta users. * The Apple USB Modem now works correctly * Trackpad scrolling and right-click gestures work correctly * Fixed idle sleep bugs * Reduced … Read more

Macworld UK Article: CrossOver lets Windows apps run on OS X, sans Windows

Macworld UK has an excellent write-up about CodeWeavers CrossOver Mac, and how it relates to Parallels Desktop and Apple’s Boot Camp. CodeWeavers has announced plans to release CrossOver Mac this summer. The $60 software will allow Intel Mac users to run Windows applications – including some games – without having … Read more

Macworld Review: Parallels Desktop for Mac

Macworld has published a review of Parallels Desktop for Mac, including benchmarking it using applications (including Photoshop) both within a Windows Virtual Machine, as well as using Apple’s Boot Camp with Windows, and running natively under Windows on various name-brand PCs (Dell, HP, etc.). They bring up what everybody else … Read more