Deploying Zune on a Mac? Yes, it’s possible – and it’s doesn’t have to do anything with Boot Camp. Parallels Desktop for Mac makes it easy to run Windows and Mac OS simultaneously, although unlike older virtualization products such as Microsoft’s retired Virtual PC for Mac, Parallels Desktop offers an extra set of features that take the virtualization experience to the next level. The latest beta offers a new mode known as Coherence, which blends Windows with Mac OS to create an ultimate desktop environment where interaction is seamless. Both Windows and Mac applications appear on a single desktop and co-exist in the Dock and the Cmd+Tab interface.
Finally, grab the copy’s of Windows Vista and the latest beta of Parallels Desktop, and install, if you haven’t done yet. Lastly, download and install, Zune software, and connect the Zune to your system. That’s it.
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