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Posted 6 Apr 2013Use Parallels, or as stated above VMware. Both should be what you are looking for.
Note: Apple customer support will not help you with issues related to both of these programs.
Posted 2 Jan 2012
First of all, I wouldn't ask geek squad, that's like asking my mom to fix my computer.
Check on what Atli said to see how your power management setting are.
Then check your BIOS by:
Rebooting your computer by turning it off then back on.
WATCH for a message that says something like "Press F1 to change system settings"
The key differs from computer to computer (Del, Tab, F12 etc...)
Once you are in BIOS you can look at your settings and see how you Hardware is configured.
Depending on the model of your computer you MIGHT be able to change your CPU speed, but if it's a cheep computer like mine you won't have the option of changing the speed.
More than likely it might have a setting for power management that you can turn off to get the CPU to run at full speed all the time.
The only other option is to look into over clocking your laptop
Holly crap! I did a quick search and looks like your BIOS has the settings for changing the CPU's frequency Google: Dell XPS m1730 overclock
That's much better than my old computer with all the crazy jumpers.
Yah I saw that first and I dont have the CPU overclocking option......
The option is only there if you have the Penryn CPU, I dont have that. Does anyone else have an idea?
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