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Personally I find the whole Mac/PC argument tedious in the extreme; I'm a Mac user who's quite happy to run Windows as well, but doing so can be a costly exercise in hardware and virtualisation software. The latest in the seemingly never-ending stream of budget application bundles takes some of the cost sting out, offering up Parallels Desktop 7 along with nine other Mac apps for $US49.

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Mac/iOS/Android: The next version of virtualisation software Parallels, which lets you run Windows software on your Mac, is coming September 6, but current users can upgrade now to get support for Lion features like full-screen viewing, simultaneous webcams usage, and more.

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There are two popular options for virtualisation software: VMware Fusion and Parallels. But which is better? MacTech did a detailed comparison and they found out that there was an obvious winner when it came to handling graphics.