Run Windows on Your Mac (PC Owners Ignore)

I think I have a good deal for someone who needs it!

I’m trying to sell my copies of Parallels 6 and Windows Vista Business. They have worked admirably together on my iMac for quite some time (this software is guaranteed for dissertation production), but I no longer require their services. I’m trying to sell Windows and Parallels together for $79. I have checked the EULAs for both pieces of software and I believe it is perfectly legitimate to sell them as long as I give you all original discs and delete the software from my own machine.

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Mark Ward

PhD in NT; theological writer for Faithlife; former high school Bible textbook author for BJU Press; husband; father; ultimate frisbee player; member of the body of Christ.


  1. David Newkirk on August 1, 2012 at 12:58 am

    I have often wondered if I would enjoy my WORDsearch app better on my iMac if i ran it in windows on my iMac….. Note the tone of buyers remorse. A year ago I bought into WORDsearch too quickly after loosing all my books to church fire i used the insurance money to buy a 75% digital library sinking 700 bucks into WORDsearch. Really wish i would have done more research first; think Logos would have been a better fit for me.

    Anyways why are you getting rid of it?

    • Mark L Ward Jr on August 1, 2012 at 9:59 pm

      If I run Windows on my iMac and use it alone I’m fine. It’s fast. But if I have to switch back and forth and run big apps like Photoshop it slows me down noticeably.

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