Parallels Desktop® for Mac is the perfect blend of Windows and macOS®. Users can seamlessly run Windows, Linux, and other popular OSes on macOS without having to reboot or partition a hard drive. At Parallels, our 12th birthday is approaching—and with it, the annual celebratory event offering a birthday promotion of 25% off. Are you new […]
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Here at Parallels, we love hearing from our incredible users about how Parallels® Desktop for Mac empowers their productivity at work. Business owners deserve to run the software they need on the devices they have. Whether our users are small independent businesses or large enterprise corporations, customer relationship management (CRM) software is a vital tool […]
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macOS® High Sierra introduced the Apple File System (APFS) to Mac® computers on September 25, 2017. The new file system replaced the existing HFS+ system to bring improvements to encryption, reliability, and performance. Under-the-hood improvements include faster read/write speed, cloning, snapshots, and faster directory sizing (by storing metadata regarding the whole directory versus individual files, […]
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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 […]
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Update: Apple® releases macOS® High Sierra security fix for critical root vulnerability for macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 (not impacted: macOS Sierra 10.12.6 and earlier). Make sure to install this update on all macOS computers affected, as described at support.apple.com/en-us/HT208315 As reported on CNET on November 28, 2017, a major bug has been uncovered that allows […]
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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 […]
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Our team of engineers has been hard at work after we released Parallels Desktop® 13 for Mac! Hundreds of development hours go into ensuring Parallels Desktop users are the center of everything we do. We’d like to wholeheartedly thank the users who provided such wonderful product feedback. Combining the valuable user feedback and engineering Q&A, […]
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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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It’s that time of year—iPhone pre-order season, and the release of a new macOS. Just like the new iPhone X, this year’s macOS release has IT administrators excited, as well as nervous. This year, there is ample reason to be excited, with the release of Apple File System (APFS). If you have not yet heard […]
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Parallels Program Manager guest author: Alex Sursiakov Apple® is constantly improving their operating systems—including security improvements so you, the Apple user, can be safe. Sometimes security improvements are under the hood and don’t bother you. Sometimes they require your attention and for you to make a decision. Here I will talk about the second type. Starting with macOS® High Sierra, Apple warns you […]
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