Have you ever wanted to know what the heck is Linux? Or maybe what's the deal with Windows #. Welcome to the world of virtual computers! I run Windows (a few versions), Linux, Ubuntu, and OSX on my iMac using a program called Vituralbox. There are several "virtual" software programs on the market. These programs create "containers" on your main computer, which is called the "host". The operating systems you add to the host containers are called "guest". You can add multiple guest computers to your host, the only limitation will be the size of your hard drive. There are other commercial virtual software programs like Parallels and VMWare Fusion. What they too allow you to install different computer operating systems in separate containers on the same system and have a more "seamless" interface. However, I like Virtualbox because its whats called "open source" software, in essence "free" for non-commercial use. Parallels and Fusion do cost money, around $70 bucks and Parallels is a annual plan. If you are curious about virtual machine software I would recommend Virtualbox to start. The learning cure is pretty simple and it should recognize your devices (camera, keyboard, soundcard, etc.) automatically.