parallels is gr8

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Mac' started by nanwat, Jun 9, 2007.

  1. nanwat

    nanwat

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    hi there
    i am a newbie 2 this forum but i checked it out ++ before deciding to purchase parallels instead of bootcamp OR a pc. it seems to be the best decision 4 our purposes although i have only just installed it .
    i have owned macs for around 15 yrs . this time I came Sooooo..... close to buying a pc - had even had decided on what to buy after doing extensive pc reseach YUK :( after having my fingers burnt severely with that utterly appaulling win 98 virtual pc s/w :mad: I vowed then NEVER to buy another mac if i had to run windows s/w. i did h/ever buy another mac butit has always been difficult being a mac user in a pc world. i have bitten the bullet & purchased parallels HOPING i can get the support i need to sort out a few issues as the migration to an iontel mac from my G5 was flawless & an absolute cinch. EVERYTHING came across perfectly but i am having some problems with Win XP Home & my printer (have read the posts so will try bonjour)
    parallels is very fast, choherence is cool and i love the fact that you don't have to reboot the computer so thnx team 4 a product which is SUCH an improvement on what i have used before:) you have SAVED me from converting to "the other side" which i didn't want to do, just as macs seem to be gaining some credibility with pc users. it will hopefully allow me to successfully use the very FEW pc applications i need to run :)
     
  2. Ozy

    Ozy Bit Poster

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    lrn2english

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  3. Leauki

    Leauki

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    I second that.

    Using 2s and 4s for words and leaving little space between paragraphs while adding smileys to text makes it so hard to read. I don't know why people do it.

    But be that as it may, welcome to the forum, original poster. Please try to be more eloquent.
     
  4. nanwat

    nanwat

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    Thanks Andrew for at least giving me some information about what I did that was so offensive and now that I know I will certainly endeavour to improve my posts. I was and still am very hurt and upset by Ozy's post which made me cry. I am worried about all my technical problems enough without his utter rudeness and lack of insight into what it might be like for a lay person with limited technical skills . I thought is was a cruel and unkind post , partiularly when I stated that I was new to this forum and it was my first post. If you hadn't posted something polite and helpful I would never have come back .
    However, I have to press on as I desperately need help to get my windows side working as our business depends on it and I am getting worried as I have wasted so much time trying to get it sorted.
     
  5. dkp

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    Nanwat - You did pretty well so don't be too upset over a bit of rudeness. There's not shortage of it on the Internet. And I agree with you that Parallels is great. It has a few issues that need some tweaking but that is just about always true for a new release. Welcome to Club Parallels and enjoy your new Parallels-driven opportunities. It's been a fun product to use and it will certainly get better and better.
     

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