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    Question MacBook Pro

    I'm getting ready to ditch my Dell and get a MacBook Pro. Will NOF 11 run on the Mac operating system?

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    Not that I'm aware of. You can however run windows on your mac book and I think there is also an emulator that will run windows programs. GL.

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    Thank you, Franklyn, for that info. I've always had PC's and know nothing about Mac. I just know I'm sick of buying a new laptop every two years! I'm going to do more research on the emulator you mentioned. I appreciate the help.

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    Tim
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    Default Re: MacBook Pro

    See this page:

    http://www.apple.com/macosx/compatibility/

    Tim

    "jsalcock" <jsalcock.4ex4vz@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> wrote in message
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    > Thank you, Franklyn, for that info. I've always had PC's and know
    > nothing about Mac. I just know I'm sick of buying a new laptop every
    > two years! I'm going to do more research on the emulator you mentioned.
    > I appreciate the help.
    >
    >


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    Hi Tim.

    Several NetObjects employees use MacBook Pros as their primary work computer. We've had success running windows (XP Pro, Vista, Win 7, 32 & 64 bit) on Snow Leopard using Oracle's excellent (and free) VirtualBox. http://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads

    I have a MacBook Pro 13" (Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 processor with 4 GB RAM) that is by far the best "Windows" computer I've ever used.

    NetObjects Fusion runs perfectly in the virtualbox. Remember Boot Camp if you want to run Windows naively.
    John Walker
    NetObjects Technical Support

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    Natively not Naively. Sorry for that, spell checker let me down.

    Naively actually works by describing running Windows as "marked by unaffected simplicity or deficient in worldly wisdom or informed judgement". Funny.
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/naively
    John Walker
    NetObjects Technical Support

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