GS-911 on a MAC Possible?
I have the GS-911 setup and am currently running it on a Windows laptop. Works great, and I use it, and don't want to do anything to lose it.
For various reasons I'd like my next laptop to be a MAC. There is no GS-911 version for the MAC. I know that there are ways to run Windows applications on the MAC, but other than that, I don't know anything about it.
I am wondering if the utilities that allow running Windows applications on the MAC are sufficiently compatible that the GS-911 USB interface would work properly.
Not looking for guesswork - I'm sure I can find tons of that on various MAC forums. What I'm asking is, has anyone here ever tried it? If so, did it work?
GS-911 on a Macintosh computer
As one who has had Mac computers for all too many years, may I strongly suggest you not cross the line and load Paralleles on your new Mac just to run a specific program.
Although I have a 15" MacBook Pro and a 27 Inch IMac found
the Mac although entirely capable did not seem to like to the "foreign" software.
For the applications I required in my world which are Microsoft based only,
purchased an Accer netbook whch did all I wanted in a small neat MS format
machine. Keep in mind the only real similarity between the devices is the Intel chip, most everything else is different.
If you're purchasing the Mac for a reliability factor, keep in mind Mac software is different that MS and related software.
Not any better or worse, simply different.
not quite the answer for the OP
iMac with Fusion primarily to run AutoDesk's AutoCAD via Windoze XP.
Never an issue.
My point to the point concerning PC viruses (virii?), with respect Windoze viruses etc, you can keep Windows from ever having access to the internet and thus avoid virus/trojan horses/malware etc from creeping in.