For many years, Parallels Desktop® for Mac has made Windows even more usable for Mac users by bringing cool Mac features over to Windows. Some notable examples have been Mac gesture support in Windows applications (in Parallels Desktop 7) and Retina™ display support for Windows (in Parallels Desktop 8). In 2015, for the first time […]
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Guest blog by Sylvester Sebastian Nino, Parallels Support Team Most of the people who use Parallels Desktop enjoy seamless access to Mac and Windows programs and files. The best way to blend the two OSes even more is by using the Coherence view mode to run your Windows virtual machine. One of my coworkers has […]
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You may have noticed a new feature in screenshots of Parallels Desktop 11 and Parallels Desktop 11 Pro: that little blue button next to your close and minimize screen buttons? It’s our Coherence Mode button! (It turns out the Coherence Mode button doesn’t always have a bunch of yellow stars around it—but I am a […]
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I have to come clean and admit something really embarrassing—even though I’ve been a Parallels Desktop user for almost a year now, I just got into using Coherence mode. I know, I know—what was I waiting for? Honestly, I don’t know. I think I had just gotten used to viewing my virtual machine in full […]
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