Parallels, the virtualization software that lets you run Windows apps on an Intel Mac, now supports Windows Vista SP1 and Windows XP SP3. The latest version, which was released earlier today, costs $80, the same as VMware’s competing application Fusion.
I used Parallels once, sometime last year, and couldn’t couldn’t connect to the Internet within Windows. So I freaked out and installed Boot Camp. Problem solved, molehill into a mountain.