Have a Mac and want to evaluate your oil and gas assets with R3? Not a problem!

In order to run Windows on Mac, you need to have a copy of the Windows Installation File (DVD disc or .ISO file) before you can run Windows on a Mac.

There are two ways to run Windows on a Mac,

1.  Install Windows through Boot Camp

Install your separate Windows System on a Mac

Install your separate Windows System on a Mac

 

Boot Camp allows you to install Windows alongside OS X on your Mac. Only one operating system can be running at a time, so you’ll have to restart your Mac to switch between OS X and Windows.

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2.  Run Windows through a Virtual Machine

Virtual Machines like Parallels could allow users to execute Windows application within Mac OS

Virtual Machines like Parallels could allow users to execute Windows application within Mac OS

A virtual machine is one of the best ways to run Windows desktop software. They allow you to install Windows and other operating systems in a window on your Mac desktop. Windows will think it’s running on a real computer, but it’s actually running inside a piece of software on your Mac.

Here are useful links:

 

Once you have access to Windows on your Mac, you can install OGRE R3 with a few simple clicks.