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Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac: Be more productive with your MacBook, by bringing back Windows
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Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac: Be more productive with your MacBook, by bringing back Windows

So you just bought a MacBook? That’s nothing new if you’ve been in the Apple family for a while now. But if you’re a Windows-convert, you’re probably missing all the bells and whistles that you’ve grown used to in the Microsoft camp. Now, what if I told you that you could have the best of both worlds? Or if you’re from the opposing turf, why should you even consider bringing Windows in? Virtualising Windows on a Mac is nothing new. For newbies, this means running Windows and its applications on your Mac without having to reboot it. Primarily, this allows…
Microsoft Surface Review: Sleek In Aesthetics, Yet Versatile In Functionality
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Microsoft Surface Review: Sleek In Aesthetics, Yet Versatile In Functionality

Personally, I prefer gaming-grade rigs, such as Dell’s Alienware or Asus ROG line of gaming-oriented laptops. In comparison, the Microsoft Surface laptop seems almost modest — with its light frame and corporate, not-built-for-heavy-use look. But don’t let that fool you from its workhorse capabilities; it may not run Triple A games as well as a Razer Blade, but it will certainly be more than enough for anybody that doesn’t play first-person-shooters for a full-time living. First Impressions When it comes to looks, the Microsoft Surface Pro is neatly and elegantly presented. It looks sleek, simplistic and professional; essentially what a…
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