VMware Fusion, bootcamp and Parallels Desktop

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which one do you use if you want to install windows on your mac?
which one is the most accessible?

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Submitted by Oliver Kennett on Tuesday, March 3, 2020

I've only had experience of VMWare and bootcamp. VMWare is an easier means of installing windows though bootcamp runs it faster. The issue I find with VMWare is the crossover of modifier keys which I believe you can sort but it's a pain and the down side of bootcamp, aside from the inability to bounce back and forth, is that you might need sighted assistance to install or, at least, an external sound card. It seems that the updates, including most of the drivers for your specific Mac, are installed after windows has finished installing which can be a bit frustrating as I had experiences of it going quiet.

I'm happy with bootcamp now though and use it for gaming. The other up side is it's free.

Submitted by ming on Tuesday, March 3, 2020

I am thinking about get a windows on my Mac book. and yes! gaming is much easier in the windows system right?