Setting up with the Mac is really very straight forward. Bear I mind I am a one man office using a desktop Mac and a MacAir laptop.
- Purchase a Mac desktop, base model will do for non server use (if you need a server, call the Mac Enterprise folks), and laptop if you need one
2 Purchase latest Parallels and Windows programs. No ‘disk partition’ required. I run a ‘purchased’ Parallels rather than the subscription base. I find it has been stable and needs renewal only as the Mac upgrades out pace it. Last one lasted 4 years.
3 Spend an hour installing software. The system will install whatever software to the correct operating system or offer a choice if that particular application offers one.
And you’re off!
If you’re an Apple user, you’ll have minimal issues. If new to Mac, there is a learning curve. However keep in mind (I believe) Mac is designed for users and Windows for wannabe techies
Any competent Mac seller can hook you up with everything you need in a one stop shop.
I prefer Parallels over Boot Camp because Windows runs as a ‘file’ not the operating system and can run, visibly or invisibly, seamlessly on the Mac system. BootCamp uses either operating system, but only one at a time and requires a reboot to change. OK for addicted gamers, but not necessary for our purpose.
I use a cloud base program to store/share my files between my devices. The community has lots of opinions on which are best.
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