-- Is there some software available that emulates windoze (I know there used to be that was pretty bad).--
The product Virtual PC (VPC) has now been purchased by Microsoft. I did have some "challenges" with VPC 4.0, pre-MS; but it served my purposes most of the time. Haven't heard much lately. Your program may be too demanding to work under the emulation. I broke done and bought a PC for the websites and programs MS exclusive. Still trying to understand the ins and outs even to finding programs and docs I've loaded.
I'm a mac owner from way back in the Plus days. Currently I have a flower power i-mac running 9.1. In the next few days will be purchasing a 12" iBook.
I have gone back to school in pursuit of an engineering degree (I'm 38 and sometimes think I need my head examined) I'm taking trig with quite a few math classes to follow. I have discovered a math program that while not mandatory in this class, is mandatory in Precalc and through all three calc classes and differential eqns. It's called My Mathlab and offered by the publisher (see the website here http://www.mathxl.com/info/wizard.asp?mml=yes&bookId=90187 )
I was told by the professor that this was Mac compatible, but apparently not. Is there some software available that emulates windoze (I know there used to be that was pretty bad). I am at a loss. Yesterday I even stopped at a computer store and asked what their cheapest system was. ACK!!! Please tell me there is a way to make this work. I would really be in both physical and psychological pain if I were forced to buy a PC.