We frequently get asked if ACT is available for MAC. The short answer is NO, as ACT is a Windows application that cannot be installed into a MAC OS. However most ACT users are aware that options like Parallels, VirtualBox, and others have existed for some time. The problem with these solutions is they share resources like RAM and CPU, making both operating systems slower than necessary.
This is why we recommend Bootcamp, which allows MAC users to select which Operating system they're going to use as they turn their MAC on, and create a completely self contained working environment for their PC and MAC applications. Recently I purchased a MacBook Pro from an Apple Tech, and this is what he strongly recommended, and after a week of using it, I agree.

The following is an article I found that will assist you with setting up a Bootcampe dual boot for your MacBook. Enjoy... I sure am.


Shortly after the first Intel-based Macs arrived on the market, Apple released a tool called Boot Camp, which lets Mac owners install and boot their machines natively into Microsoft Windows alongside an existing OS X installation without running two operating systems concurrently--perfect for running performance-intensive applications that don't work in a virtual machine (such as Parallels or VMWare Fusion). Here’s how to set up Boot Camp.

Check for Updates and Back Up

Before you begin, make sure that you have the latest updates from Apple on your Mac.

Go to Apple's Boot Camp support page to see if updates are available for your model. Download and install if necessary.

Click the Apple menu, then Software Update... to install any updates for your system.

via ▶ How to Install Boot Camp and Run Windows on Your Mac | PCWorld..

2014-04-21 13:52:57
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