January 14, 2014
I run Polyboard on a mac laptop via parallels. Its fairly easy to set up and works perfectly. The parallels software is well worth the
investment as I now run a couple of other pieces of software that are not available on the mac platform. Its well priced for what it does.
If you need any help then let me know but basically you only need bootcamp if you want to run windows in native form…i.e to boot up your mac in windows platform.(native of the mac os)
I don’t do this…. I just run windows as emulation software. i.e (parallels or vmware) with a copy of windows installed. i find I can easily go between polyboard on windows and the far superior operating system of the mac so you get the best of both worlds.
I find windows 7 works fine. Although I haven’t tried other versions.
November 8, 2013
October 4, 2012
Hi, just sent you an email here’s the copy:
Thanks for joining our Wood Designer community.
To see how to use our software on a Mac please read the FAQ “Is the software compatible with Macs?”
Hope to see you soon on the forum.
All the best,
December 14, 2014