The following is a Plus Edition article, written by and copyright by Dick Eastman. This is Part #1 of a two-part series.
NOTE: The following article assumes the reader has some technical expertise but is not necessarily a computer expert. If you are comfortable with installing programs on your present computer, you probably will fully understand and appreciate this article. However, if you are new to computers and do not often install new programs or troubleshoot problems, you might want to skip this article.
In an earlier article, I wrote: "Yes, I really do run TMG, a Windows [genealogy] program, on two Macintosh systems. The process is rather simple and works well. I'll write about that in a future article."
This is the article I promised.