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CrossOver Mac 10 Standard Edition

Even if you use a Mac full time, there is a chance that you occasionally have to make use of a PC and if this is the case you may have become used to working with a particular Windows based program. While there are a number of ways to make Windows software run in OS X, CrossOver Mac is one of the easiest to implement.

If you don't fancy the idea of setting up a dual boot system or configuring virtualisation software, CrossOverMac may just be the tool you have been looking for. The program makes it possible to install Windows software under OS X, automatically taking over the installation and configuration process for you.

The list of supported software is lengthy, although not exhaustive, and you should find that all of the key programs you may be looking for are supported. The installation of Windows software is a simple process and once everything is up and running, the performance of program is impressive.

If there is a Windows program you want to use on your Mac, it is certainly worth checking to see whether it is supported by CrossOver before you start searching for Mac alternative. There's a high chance that your chosen program will be supported by this innovative tool, helping to ease the transition from PC to Mac.

CrossOver Mac 10 ships with much improved application support, Leopard-based GUI improvements and other bug fixes.

Platforms: Mac OS X
Version: 9.0.1
Licence: Trial Software
Manufacturer: CodeWeavers
Date Added: {ts '2011-01-28 15:30:00'}

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