I think it is fairly easy to get a Virtual Machine onto Mac and then install some Gnu&Linux in as
default a configuration as you have time for, just to run the odd 1 or 2 apps. If you want an
extremely light-weight, minimalist Gnu&Linux then SliTaz is good and is designed in French rather
than English (although it's possible to change to quite a few different languages).
Also there is Wine for running Windows apps almost as though they are native apps.
Since Mac and Gnu&Linux don't hog resources so much surely those sorts of options are more viable
than they are on Windows. I'm not sure that really helps but i hope it might. Also i'm fairly
sure Alex has already tried things like that.
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