I use Virtual PC on a PowerBook G4. It is slow, but effective. I wouldn't
want to actually work in that environment, but it is fine for checking sites
in windows browsers. I, too, was looking for a way to eliminate machines,
boxes, and wires from my workspace and to have both the Mac and PC with me
where ever I went.
> How well does VPC perform on your Powerbook, and what kind do you have?
> I'm hovering on the point of buying it, precisely to allow me to test site
> designs and Java software on 'a Windows machine' without having to give
> houseroom to a physical box. I'd be interested to know whether it's really
> usable on a G4 Powerbook before I part with the cash.
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