My colleague, Alex Sursiakov, wrote an excellent blog post on the Touch Bar™. In his post, Advanced Touch Bar Customization with Parallels Desktop, Alex detailed an advanced way to implement Touch Bar button sets, which gives the user many additional design options that are not available using the Touch Bar customization features built into Parallels […]
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In an earlier blog post, I described how to use the Touch Bar with Windows applications. In this follow-up blog post, I will show you how to customize the Touch Bar™ buttons for almost any Windows application—and also describe how the Parallels engineers made the Touch Bar work with Windows. If you haven’t already read that […]
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Throughout the 13 versions of Parallels Desktop® for Mac, we have often brought cool features of macOS® or Apple® hardware to Windows. For example, we made Mac® gestures work in Windows applications in Parallels Desktop 7, and in Parallels Desktop 8 we brought Retina® display support to Windows 7 and Windows 8 (and later to […]
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Parallels Program Manager guest author: Alex Sursiakov Touch Bar Support in Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac With the release of Parallels Desktop® 13 for Mac, Mac® users can use Touch Bar™ for Windows applications. This function is supported in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. To see App Controls in Touch Bar, make sure […]
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