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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Wednesday June 13, 2007
11:39 AM

Windows Virtualized to New Heights

[ #33512 ]

I had pre-ordered the new Parallels 3.0 Desktop for OSX.

Today I downloaded it, I kind of found out by accident that it had been released. Anyway I read the docs on upgrading from my current 2.* and this seemed quite easy, so I simply started the installation.

When the installation came to an end the following message appeared:

Parallels Desktop installer requires that you restart your computer now

Click Restart to quit all applications and restart

I know this will be primaily used for running Windows, but it seems crazy to even emulate Windows behaviour on the OSX side of things.

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