Just a suggestion;

I don't know what all this would cost you, but $350 can buy a very 
decent Windows laptop.  I bought a Lenovo with an i5 cpu and 8 Gb of ram 
plus an optical drive and more,  from the Microsoft store for that 
amount. You have to watch for good offers.

Dick, n0ce

On 10/12/2016 11:20 AM, Dauer, Edward wrote:
> I give up.
> I have tried to be faithful to my decision of a few years ago, to swear off 
> Windows and work exclusively with Mac OS.  But there’s just too much that I 
> want that isn’t available in OS – Spectrogram, for example, and any number of 
> logging programs I’d like to try.
> It’s not time yet for a new computer, and I want to keep all of my Mac apps 
> and files intact; so the question is what sort of Windows emulator would be 
> best to install in the Mac computers.  I use a 4-year old MacBook Air as a 
> laptop and an even older iMac on my desk.  Both now run OS X Yosemite and I 
> will not upgrade to Sierra, in case that matters.
> Advice?  Thanks in advance,
> Ted, KN1CBR
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