Running SP2013 on a Mac?

Posted by: Sahil Malik - blah.winsmarts.com, on 16 Jan 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

SharePoint Training: more information If you are running SP2013 on a Mac, or let me say, any RAM deprived system (I guess I shoud have said macbook pro 16G total RAM .. boohoo!!), you should read this :-) First of all, SP2013 runs like butter on VMWare Fusion professional. It is by far, the smoothest nicest dev machine Ive ever had. But, it is running under 12 gigs, which is indeed quite deprived of memory. And as fast as PCIeX SSD is, there are things that RAM cannot be substituted for. For instance, WCF services, all of them, will stop working if your system memory drops below 5%. Bam! Fear not, here are 3 tips to...

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