Guest blog by Manoj Dhanasekar, Parallels Support Team Parallels Desktop® for Mac provides close integration between your Mac OS X and Windows virtual machines. You should have Parallels Tools installed in a virtual machine in order to take advantage of this integration and also make sure the Isolate Mac from Windows option is disabled in the […]
Guest blog by Ramya Subramanian, Parallels Support Team Wondering if setting up a printer in Parallels Desktop is too difficult? Trust me, it isn’t! There are several ways to set up a printer depending on your needs and preferences: Share a printer from Mac®. Connect a USB printer directly to Windows®. Connect to a local […]
Guest blog by Nikhil Palathingal, Parallels Support Team Many Mac users who still need access Windows programs use Boot Camp. While Boot Camp is a useful feature, it has one major downside: you have to restart your Mac to boot into Windows and vice versa. If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably using Parallels Desktop or are […]
Guest blog by Abdul Rahman, Parallels Support Team As Parallels Access grows, the Parallels team is constantly introducing new enhancements and features to the product. I have a Samsung Galaxy device for personal use, so I’m going to talk about a feature of Parallels Access that is relevant to this kind of smartphone. Drumroll, please… […]
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Guest blog by Mervin Christopher, Parallels Support Team Let’s say you use your virtual machine for online trading software, but it takes a long time to log in to Windows and start the actual application. Or, maybe you prefer to run video-editing software in a virtual environment. Or, like many others, you use Parallels Desktop […]
Guest blog by Ram Chavali, Parallels Support Team In the age of cyber-attacks, data leaks and computer viruses, people tend to back up their computers more often. Virtual machines should be backed up from time to time too. However, it can be difficult and time-consuming to create multiple backups, especially if you’re using an external […]
Guest blog by Manoj Dhanasekar, Parallels Support Team Have you recently switched to Mac but still need some of your Windows programs? Are you about to ditch your old PC? Wait! Give it one last chance. You can actually migrate your Windows–including all of your programs and files–to your Mac. How? Read on: To import your […]
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