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Parallels help Mac OS on a generic PC

“SWsoft’s Beloussov says that this spring, Parallels will upgrade its software further,
in a way that by coincidence will make it easier to run Mac OS on a non-Apple computer.
He also insists that is not deliberate, but just a consequence of the nature of the
technology, especially now that Intel (Charts) builds virtualization technology into its chips.”

Source:money.cnn.com/2007/01/19/technology/fastforward_parallels.fortune

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