Sleeping with the Enemy: Running Windows on a Mac provides the information Mac users need to understand the options for running Windows on a Mac and to choose the best fit for them. It includes detailed information on installing, configuring, and using both kinds of Windows environments. Important topics include sharing peripheral devices, networking, accessing the Internet, transferring data between the operating systems, and protecting the Mac environment from Windows viruses and other threats. Introduction Sleeping with the Enemy Part I Running Windows on a Mac Using a Dual Boot Solution Chapter 1 Downloading, Installing, and Removing Boot Camp and Windows XP Chapter 2 Running and Configuring Windows Using Boot Camp Chapter 3 Networking and Connecting to the Internet Using Windows Chapter 4 Protecting Your Windows Environment from Internet Attacks Chapter5 Running Windows on a Mac Using Boot Camp Part II Running Windows on a Mac Using a Virtual Machine Chapter 6 Installing Windows XP in a Virtual Machine Chapter 7 Controlling and Configuring a Windows Virtual Machine Chapter 8 Running Windows in a Virtual MachineThe good news is that that version of boot camp has nothing to do with the Boot Camp that is the main topic of this chapter. Applea#39;s Boot Camp enables you to install and run Windows XP (the Home or Professional version) on an Intel Mac justanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sleeping with the Enemy: Running Windows on a Mac|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2006|