Diego wants to run a Windows-based application on a MacBook Pro. What is a valid reason for him to use Boot Camp to do so, rather than a virtual solution, like Parallels or VMWare Fusion?
Boot Camp lets Diego switch between OS X and Windows applications instantly, whereas virtual solutions require Diego to restart his MacBook Pro in order to switch between the two environments and their applications.
Diego can buy Boot Camp on the App Store for $9.99, which is less expensive than the virtual solutions.
Boot Camp does NOT require Diego to buy and install Windows in order to run Windows-based applications, whereas virtual solutions do.
Boot Camp runs natively without hardware-resource contention on Mac computers, so Diego will see better overall performance with Boot Camp than with virtual solutions.
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