Wednesday, September 19, 2007


Quick note to say how much fun it is to use Parallels Desktop. It's a great advantage to have Windows XP and Fedora Core 7 running on my Mac. As much as I dislike Internet Explorer, it caught some bugs in my code. It's always useful to try different environments when debugging code, either stand alone or for the Web.


Kevin Zelnio said...

I plan on getting Parallels in the next few days so I can run PRIMER on my Mac. Does it come with Win XP or do you have to buy that separately in addition to Parallels 3.0?

Roderic Page said...

You need to buy a copy of Windows separately.

Kevin Zelnio said...

OK, I got parallels last up and running and already analyzed data in PRIMER on my Macbook! It is pretty cool stuff. Now I have to download all that yummy free tree-building software previously only for windows.

I was able to install an old copy of winXP from an old PC whose motherboard fried (that day I went Mac and never went back).