Freshly updated Take Control ebook provides the latest advice, tips, and
steps for successfully running Windows on an Intel-based Mac.

Ithaca, NY USA (July 12, 2007) — People who want to run Windows XP or
Vista on a Mac have plenty of options, including Apple’s Boot Camp,
Parallels Desktop 3.0, newcomer VMware Fusion, and the free VirtualBox. But
which to pick? The completely up-to-date “Take Control of Running Windows
on a Mac” provides expert advice and step-by-step instructions from author
Joe Kissell on choosing the best technique and software for getting Windows
running on a Mac. The ebook also includes real-world advice about
installing Windows, dealing with tricky peripherals, sharing files between
Windows and Mac OS X, backing up a Windows installation, avoiding Windows
malware, and more.

“Take Control of Running Windows on Mac” is available for $10 at, and it includes
coupons worth $10 off Parallels Desktop 3 and $5 off any order at Small Dog

Take Control editor in chief Tonya Engst said, “This ebook has been a huge
effort, given the dramatic changes in the topic over the last few weeks,
but Joe has done a great job of incorporating new information up to the
very last minute. No other book-length title has the latest details about
virtualization on the Mac, and I’m thrilled that we’ve been able to make it
available to readers so quickly.”

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Book Details:
“Take Control of Running Windows on a Mac” by Joe Kissell
PDF format, 148 pages, free 29-page sample available
Publication date: July 11, 2007
Ebook Price: $10

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