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  1. Not entirely true. You can also run windows as a virtual machine. Try out Parallels Desktop for Mac. Great program, windows runs at near native speeds and networking/USB support is a breeze as it ports right through. You'll need a copy of Windows though (2000, XP or Vista), and note that you can only run windows (boot camp or parallels) on an Intel mac. You get a 30 day free trial for Parallels. Best of luck! Y