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Wow a long list here!
Can I use my iMac as a screen to my Mac Mini? There are a few possible ways to do this
-* [https://applerepairstation.co.uk/Technical%20Desk/use-your-imac-as-a-display-with-target-display-mode/|Using Target Display Mode]
-* [https://support.apple.com/guide/remote-desktop/welcome/mac|Apple Remote Desktop User Guide]
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+* [link|https://applerepairstation.co.uk/Technical%20Desk/use-your-imac-as-a-display-with-target-display-mode/|Using Target Display Mode]
+* [link|https://support.apple.com/guide/remote-desktop/welcome/mac|Apple Remote Desktop User Guide]
Using BootCamp on a different drive (dual drives in my Mac Mini) '''NO!''' But your second drive could be setup as a NTFS or FAT32 volume to hold your … cough! Windows stuff Apps and Data. Think of it this way your Dell Windows system has a small boot drive, you added a huge second drive and you use it to hold everything. This is no different.
Virus’s and other infections! If Windows environment gets infected its no different than the Dell system! In some ways its worse! Depending on the infection your boot drives master blocks can be messed up which will also mess up your Mac environment too! Basically you want a good antivirus in both spaces.
-I would stick with macOS as its just a safer space, even today! While there are more risks than we had ten years ago its still much smaller than that other OS … Windows! The only true way not to get infected is to fully air gap your systems from the internet. Which we know is getting harder to do! Some folks use a wet and dry approach. That is a system which is used for the internet and then using an external drive (NAS) use it to host their stuff and then use the second system to access the NAS only. Others use iCloud while not fully isolated its still safer for stuff.
+I would stick with macOS as its just a safer space, even today! While there are more risks than we had ten years ago its still much smaller than that other OS … Windows! The only true way not to get infected is to fully air gap your systems from the internet. Which we know is getting harder to do! Some folks use a wet and dry approach. That is a system which is used for the internet and then using an external drive (NAS) use it to host their stuff and then use the second system to access the NAS only. Others use iCloud or other web based storage solution while not fully isolated its still safer for stuff.

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Wow a long list here!

Can I use my iMac as a screen to my Mac Mini? There are a few possible ways to do this

* [https://applerepairstation.co.uk/Technical%20Desk/use-your-imac-as-a-display-with-target-display-mode/|Using Target Display Mode]
* [https://support.apple.com/guide/remote-desktop/welcome/mac|Apple Remote Desktop User Guide]

Using BootCamp on a different drive (dual drives in my Mac Mini) '''NO!''' But your second drive could be setup as a NTFS or FAT32 volume to hold your … cough! Windows stuff Apps and Data. Think of it this way your Dell Windows system has a small boot drive, you added a huge second drive and you use it to hold everything. This is no different.

Virus’s and other infections! If Windows environment gets infected its no different than the Dell system! In some ways its worse! Depending on the infection your boot drives master blocks can be messed up which will also mess up your Mac environment too! Basically you want a good antivirus in both spaces.

I would stick with macOS as its just a safer space, even today! While there are more risks than we had ten years ago its still much smaller than that other OS … Windows! The only true way not to get infected is to fully air gap your systems from the internet. Which we know is getting harder to do! Some folks use a wet and dry approach. That is a system which is used for the internet and then using an external drive (NAS) use it to host their stuff and then use the second system to access the NAS only. Others use iCloud while not fully isolated its still safer for stuff.

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