Updated: 11/24/2005; 11:49:08 PM.

Virtual computing
Virtual and distributed computing technology and applications

daily link  Thursday, October 14, 2004

CherryOS turns your PC into a Mac: "Hawaii-based MXS has released a piece of software that turns a Windows computer into a Mac. CherryOS turns a PC into a Macintosh clone, allowing you to run MacOS and Macintosh applications directly on your PC. The software works by running the Mac OS as a virtual machine on your Windows PC. The virtual machine has full network capabilities, according to the company, including the ability to share folders, access the Internet, and create multiple profiles. It purportedly runs at about 80 per cent of the performance of the host CPU, according to the developer. Note that a Mac operating system and application software is not included. "  8:31:34 AM  permalink  

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