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Tunebite for Macintosh


Tunebite is developed for the Windows platform, but is not yet developed in a specific Macintosh version, so you cannot download and install Tunebite as an individual software application on a Mac computer. But it is still possibly to run Tunebite on a Macintosh computer and in this guide we'll show you how to do it.

 

The solution is install a third-party software application and set up an virtual computer on your Macintosh computer - the virtual computer is able to execute the Windows operating system and Tunebite in the virtual Windows environment.

 

Run Tunebite on a virtual computer

 

Several software applications allows you to set up a virtual computer and with the virtual computer you decide, each time you start your computer, which operating system you wish to run - Macintosh or Windows. Here are the two solutions we recommend for running Tunebite via a virtual computer:

 

  • Apple Boot Camp - read this official support article from Apple (it is free to use Apple Boot Camp):

 

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1461?viewlocale=en_US

 

  • Parallels Desktop for Mac - Parallels is a competent third-party software application developed to configure a virtual computer on your Mac. Parallels Desktop for Mac is easier to use than Apple Boot Camp:

 

Parallels Desktop for Mac

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Software Load

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About.com

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