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Running Solidworks on a Macbook Pro 2014

Question asked by Andrew Brooks on Aug 21, 2014
Latest reply on Aug 26, 2014 by William Boyce

Good morning all,


I just bought a new Macbook Pro, 2014 and am wondering what fellow Mac users have done to compensate for the loss of Solidworks software on a Mac. I have heard that Parallels software works best, but just wondering what others might have found in their research. I will have a Macbook for laptop and a Dell for a desktop in my work office. Do you lose anything with the use of Parallels and/or Bootcamp when compared to just the standard version for a Dell?