Guide to running Windows on a Mac

Apple’s Bootcamp and Intel Macs have produced an avalanche of information and excitement about running Windows on a Mac.

Confused about whether to use Parallels Workstation or Bootcamp? Curious about how Q the open source emulator stacks up? Just want to know a bit more before taking the plunge?

Take Control Books who produces a series of eBooks on how to do things with Macs is about to publish its guide to “Take Control of Running Windows on a Mac”.

It was written by experienced Mac author Joe Kissell and covers the main options in Bootcamp Parallels Workstation and Q. It also benchmarks the performance of Windows under each and provides tips and tricks on getting the best out of your Windows experience.

The eBook also covers how to get your Bluetooth keyboard and Mac mouse working with Bootcamp how to protect yourself against viruses and other Windows nasties and how to overcome bugs with emuation on Mac minis.

The eBook will be officially launched at the end of May or early in June but readers who pre-order now get the opportunity to read and comment on the book’s final draft as well as securing a copy of the finished polished version.

At US$10 the guide offers great value for money. There are some bundles too.

  • The eBook also covers
    how
    to get your Bluetooth keyboard and Mac mouse operating
    with Bootcamp ways
    to protect
    your
    self against viruses as
    well as other Windows nasties and how
    to overcome bugs with emuation on Mac minis.