UiPath For MAC

UiPath For MAC

We will  Know about how we use “UiPath For MAC”. UiPath Studio is designed only for Windows operating system right now. but we can also run and install it on the Mac operating system not directly but other ways. A good lightweight RPA tool for macOS is UI.Vision RPA. UI. Vision is a fast way to create *stable* robotic process automation (RPA) scripts with image and text recognition on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

There are a couple of ways to use it for RPA on Mac operating system.

  •  Install VirtualBox OS X version: you can install Windows on Mac computer using Boot Camp Assistant or virtualization programs like ParallelsVirtualBox, or VMware. In these cases, you can access all UiPath functionality from your Mac and create/order a robot to automate certain business processes.
  • Dual boot: When we use dual boot solution, the Mac has both OS X and Windows installed, allowing either operating system to be executed. Switching from one to another requires a reboot.
  • Remote desktop virtualization: Remote desktop virtualization solutions work on client/server computing environment. Application execution takes place on a remote operating system which communicates with the local client device over a network using a remote display protocol through which the user interacts with applications. All applications and data used to remain on the remote system with only display, keyboard, and mouse information communicated with the local Mac device. Popular Remote desktop solutions are as below:


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