Leopard Update Puts Windows And Linux Side-By-Side On A Mac
Dec 08, 2007, 21:00 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul McDougall)
"Windows and Linux can live together in perfect harmony on
neutral ground, thanks to a new software update released Wednesday
for Apple's Leopard operating system.
"The update, from utilities vendor Parallels, enables users of
Leopard, also known as Mac OS X 10.5, to launch both Linux and
Microsoft Windows on Intel-based Macs without rebooting by adding a
virtualization layer to the OS..."