The MacBook, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini and the iMac computers have the capability of converting to the IBM based PC platform via two methods.

Option 1: For the budget conscious:
Using software called “Boot Camp” which can be downloaded for free from the Apple website or it may come pre-installed.

After installing “Boot Camp” the computer is to be shut down and then rebooted in a PC environment and Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or 10 is to be installed on a separate partition. After re-booting into Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or 10, install the Cashflow Manager software. 


Option 2: For ultimate convenience
Using software called “Parallel” or 'VMware Fusion'.
You will then install your Windows operating system, Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or 10.

This program can be placed in the program dock [similar to any other Mac program] and opened at any time while working within a Mac environment. The user can toggle between the two platforms [Mac or Windows] when necessary.

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