GISVM is supposed to run anywhere!
Undoubtedly it performs well on any of the NT based Windows, that is, on 2000, XP and Vista. It was built on them, and I use it there almost every day…
So to see it for myself, I grabbed a recent opportunity to try it on a Macbook.
It was a: Macbook 3, board x3100 at 800Mhz bus, Intel Core 2 Duo at 2 GHz, 4GB of RAM and 250GB HD. Boosted by OSX 10.5 leopard!
I ran GISVM with VMware Fusion and it worked faultlessly and ran more smoothly than on any Windows I have ever tried!
An amazing experience! So good that I want one of these to be my next laptop! 😉
Here are some photos and screenshots:
Macbook with GISVM – front view!
Macbook with GISVM – side view!
Macbook with GISVM – screen angle view!
Macbook with GISVM – screen detail!
Macbook with GISVM – multitasking screenshot!
It would be a lot of fun, if everyone joined this “GISVM on a…” experience initiative.
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Cheers, Ricardo Pinho