Will Procare run on my Mac?

Procare is designed to run on Microsoft Windows™ based computers. If your Mac can run Windows programs then Procare should also run, however, our support is limited to Procare itself. Questions or issues arising from the use of Procare in a Mac environment are beyond the scope of our support.

How do I run Windows programs on My Mac?

There are a variety of ways to allow a Mac to run Microsoft Windows™ based software. For your convenience a few options are listed below; however, Procare does not endorse, test or support any such third-party utilities.

Parallels is a virtual-machine product. This means the computer always starts up in Mac mode and then runs a software emulation of Windows. You’ll need a local computer technician to change the network card (NIC) from “shared” to “bridged” mode within your virtual-machine settings. This is beyond the scope of Procare Support.

Boot Camp is a dual-boot product. This means you choose to start (boot up) the computer either in Windows mode or Mac mode. Since the computer can start up directly in Windows, this is a good option; however, you can’t have both modes running at the same time.

Vmware is a virtual-machine product. This means the computer always starts up in Mac mode and then runs a software emulation of Windows. You’ll need a local computer technician to change the network card (NIC) from “shared” to “bridged” mode within your virtual-machine settingss. This is beyond the scope of Procare Support.

Virtual Box is a virtual-machine product. This means the computer always starts up in Mac mode and then runs a software emulation of Windows. You’ll need a local computer technician to change the network card (NIC) from “shared” to “bridged” mode within your virtual-machine settingss. This is beyond the scope of Procare Support.

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