The Mac does windows

Gruman, Galen
October 1994
Macworld;Oct94, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p86
Examines solutions for running Windows on a Macintosh computer. Orange Micro's OrangPC Model 200 series of cards; Insignia Solutions' SoftWindows 1.0 software; Farallon Computing's Timbuktu Pro 1.0.3 for Macintosh and Timbuktu 1.1 for Windows; Evaluation by `Macworld'; Capabilities; Specifications; Enhancements; Support and compatibility; Costs; Availability. INSETS: Are Windows Macs good enough?.;PC coprocessing (editors' choice)..


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