For over 10 years, Parallels Desktop® for Mac users have run Windows on Mac—without rebooting—to use Quicken. Quicken has consistently been a top-used application amongst Parallels Desktop users. Quicken started back in 1984 as personal-finance management software that helps users simplify and organize their money, from staying on top of spending to managing investments. Financial […]
Over 600 man-years of development have been invested in Parallels Desktop® for Mac. Our latest product, Parallels Desktop 13, is the culmination of all this effort to run Windows on Mac®. Utilizing a virtual machine for your end-user goals is a great way to save time, money, and space. Since 2006, Parallels Desktop has been […]
The post Comparing Parallels Desktop 13 and Fusion 10: macOS and Windows Integration appeared first on Parallels Blog.
Apple’s commitment to the developer community has exponentially grown. Every year, Apple® hosts the Worldwide Developers Conference to bring together 16 million developers to change the world. Of course, not all 16 million developers can physically attend the event in San Jose; only about 5,300 can. But Apple works hard to make the videos available […]
Want to learn how-to run Windows®-specific CAD (computer-aided design) software on your Mac®? Don’t fret—you absolutely can! SolidWorks® is a widely used 3D design software that runs very well using Parallels Desktop for Mac. Performance Tips: Want to know how to fine-tune your virtual machine for performance-intensive tasks such as running CAD programs? Here are […]
Parallels Support team guest authors: Swati Swaroop Hey folks, do you have trouble launching a third-party application on macOS Sierra? Chances are, this app is simply not compatible with the latest Mac operating system. Check your program system requirements to see if that is the case. Alright, let’s assume you found out it’s not compatible. But […]
The post Run older versions of Mac OS X seamlessly with macOS Sierra appeared first on Parallels Blog.
A new release of FileZoomer, a cross-platform client for Amazon’s S3 has been released, adding support for new S3 features including Versioning and Object Life Cycle. Object Life Cycle for S3 includes the option to migrate files to the lower-cost AWS Glacier storage option, and includes a facility to retrieve archived files so they can be downloaded from S3.
The Glacier support in S3, as featured in FileZoomer, does not require a separate AWS Glacier account. Instead it is handled transparently by S3 and FileZoomer.
Versioning allows the option of keeping previous versions of files as they are updated.
Unique to FileZoomer is the Batch Processing option, which allows the interactive creation of configuration files that control batch uploads, downloads, and syncing files between a local machine and S3. Once configured, the pre-defined actions can be invoked from within the FileZoomer client, of from batch processes in Windows, Mac OS X, or linux.
FileZoomer is a free java client that runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and linux, and it can be downloaded from FileZoomer.com