Buy a cheap PC (used is a good idea) and put it either in the basement, or in a closet, or in a closing cabinet. From my experience, PC emulation software runs like a slug on one broken crutch dragging a 747. Glenn Hunt ghunt at hds.ca > I'm considering: > 1. Buying a beater of a PC to test on. > Pros: > Learn the windows environment and hardware better. > No mysterious goobers from emulated environment. > Cons: > More expensive (I can purchase emulation software cheap with > the academic > discount) > <sarcasm/>Doesn't match my décor > > Or > > 2. Buying Virtual PC and adjusting my monitor gamma to > compensate for colors > Pros: > Cheaper (I can purchase emulation software cheap with the > academic discount) Takes up less desk space. <sarcasm/>Feng > Shui is undisturbed. > Cons: > Monitor color, even with gamma adjustment may not be accurate > Might run like a slug on crutches. Emulation environment > might introduce wacky variables into browser operation.