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califzeph

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You can run MS Virtual PC and use Starrsoft stuff. Or if you have one of the new Mac's, just run Starrsoft after installing BootCamp and Windows. Or, you can run Darwine over OS X, and run any Windows software, even if you don't have Windows on your computer.
It's funny that now Mac's can run more software then PC's, because we can run Mac OS X, Linux or Windows.
 

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califzeph said:
You can run MS Virtual PC and use Starrsoft stuff. Or if you have one of the new Mac's, just run Starrsoft after installing BootCamp and Windows. Or, you can run Darwine over OS X, and run any Windows software, even if you don't have Windows on your computer.
It's funny that now Mac's can run more software then PC's, because we can run Mac OS X, Linux or Windows.
StarrSoft programs won't run under Virtual PC, per Don Starr it's something to do wth the caching.

Tom WA8PYR
 
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