With updated Apple hardware recently made available, it was only time before Apple released a new version of the Bootcamp software, along with new drivers. Bootcamp 1.3 has just been made available and includes support for the MacBook Pro backlit keyboard, so you can now use this feature when using Windows through Bootcamp 1.3. Other features included updated drivers for the latest NVidia cards found in the MacBook Pro.
More interesting is the release of Parallels Desktop 3 for the Mac, which enables you to host Windows (or another OS) virtually, on top of Mac OS X. Better still, you can use your Bootcamp partition, which means you do not need to install Windows twice. The latest Parallels Desktop 3 contains new features such as 3D support, DirectX support and more.
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