Virtual machines let you run one computer inside another, or at least one operating system inside another. You get the benefit of two OSes without the hassle of dual-booting or the standard setup process. It's also easier than you might think to get started. Here's how to set up your first virtual machine.
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So you've run out of patience with your old MacBook Pro, and have now been tempted over to the world of Windows by all the shiny 2-in-1 devices recently announced (or maybe you just prefer Cortana to Siri). How exactly do you get started? And can you really move all of your important files over easily? Here's everything you need to know about switching from Mac to Windows.
Mac: Reader Brisngr loves the natural beauty of Nepal, and combined it with OS X Yosemite and a few Übersicht widgets to make a good-looking, functional desktop that's inspiring and informative. Here's how you can set it up yourself.
Mac: ReadKit is one of the best RSS readers on Mac, and today it's getting a little better with a revamped interface that includes a unified toolbar and a new dark theme.
Reader Saifali has submitted desktops in the past to our Desktop Showcase, but this one's a fresh look, and we like it. If you dig it too — or just the Antarctic landscape in it — here's how you can bring the same look to your computer.