One of the additional features in Parallels Desktop Pro Edition is the ability for a developer or tester to simulate various network conditions. The speed of the network can be artificially adjusted, and the quality of the connection can purposely be degraded to see how an app being developed responds in those conditions. In this […]
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synergy |ˈsinərjē| noun the interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations, substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects: the synergy between artist and record company. The term synergy comes from the Attic Greek word συνεργία synergia from synergos, συνεργός, meaning “working together”. Don’t you […]
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There are a number of great features in the recently released Parallels Access 3.0, but the one I believe that I’ll use the most is the ability to share files directly from my Mac, without any uploading to a cloud service. Don’t get me wrong—I love the Cloud, and Dropbox has saved me more times […]
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It’s no secret that I‘m an Apple zealot down to the very marrow of my bones. But that doesn’t mean that I never use a Windows app—after all, there are some times that you just have to use IE, and that is what Parallels Desktop is for. My zealous nature also doesn’t mean that I […]
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Worry even less about forgetting a file. In January, I blogged about using the new File Manager in Parallels Access to retrieve a presentation file that you had mistakenly left at home, and I’ve since received several comments that this scenario is pretty common―and that the Parallels Access solution is a welcome and easy fix. […]
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If you hadn’t already heard, Apple recently announced that Boot Camp on the new MacBook will be restricted to Windows 8. Parallels Desktop® for Mac has no such restriction on the new MacBook or on any other Mac. With Parallels Desktop, you can of course run Windows 8. You can also run Windows 7, Windows XP, the […]
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In earlier blog posts, I’ve showed you how to install the Windows® 10 Technical Preview in a Parallels Desktop® 10 for Mac virtual machine, and given my early impressions of Windows 10. True to its word, Microsoft has increased the frequency of updates to the Windows 10 Technical Preview, and one of those updates included the “Project Spartan” browser—described […]
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Last month, I wrote about installing the Window 10 Technical Preview in Parallels Desktop. It was great to see others also write about this really easy and convenient way to “kick the tires” of an OS under development. Now I’ll tell you about my first month of use. You won’t, however, have to wade through this entire blog […]
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If you’ve been following our posts and other news about Parallels Access, then you know that one great feature of the latest release is computer-to-computer connections. A quick recap: Parallels Access now provides the ability for you to use any computer to connect to one of your remote Mac or Windows computers. Here’s how that looks: For […]
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