At 06:05 -0600 23/1/14, Davis, David wrote:

>If you have Windows 8, it comes with "Microsoft HyperV" built in, you can 
>create a virtual machine with a few clicks, install Reader in it, and play 
>away to your hearts content.  (Shock news: Windows 8 actually does have some 
>useful new features in it, see?  :) )

Shock indeed. And for those working on Mac under Parallels or Fusion, virtual 
machines are a doddle (or so I'm told, and looking forward to finding out).


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