Trying to find a Mac installer for a windows based software - I haven't been able to find one yet.
My next thought is to have them install a hypervisor and create a windows based machine in the hypervisor and install the software there. than they'd have to spin up the VM and run the software.. and these aren't the brightest people..
With Mac, the hypervisor can be completely transparent to the user. You put a desktop icon for the Windows software on the main desktop, and the user never even knows they're running under a different OS.
Of course, you have to pay for the hypervisor(s) that enable that for Mac. Just a cost of using the platform.
interesting. I did not know that.
which one do you recommend?
I think we used Parallels.
That was going to be my recommendation.
A close second would be VMware Fusion.