1. Create an Emulation Environment
Create an emulation environment under the Mac operating system for another operating system, in this case, Windows. Once such an environment is created, it will be possible to install and run BibleWorks without leaving the Mac operating system. Some emulation programs that provide this function are Parallels, VMWare Fusion, Virtual PC or CrossOver Mac. For some of these, it is necessary to obtain a copy of Windows.
2. Install Windows as a Native Operating System
On some recent Mac computers (those with an Intel processor) it is possible to install Windows as a native operating system. Typically one will set up the computer with a dual-boot configuration, using a facility like Bootcamp, to allow one to run either the Mac OS X operating system or Windows. BibleWorks can then be installed and run on the "Windows" side of the computer.Information on the use of these mechanisms is available here. The General BibleWorks Discussion Forum contains numerous posts on experience of BibleWorks customers running BibleWorks on Mac products. For example, this post discusses using BibleWorks and Parallels. Use the forum "Search" feature with the keyword "Macintosh" (The shorter word "Mac" will not work there), etc. to identify more posts relating to BibleWorks on the Mac.
27th of December, 2011