Let’s be honest: to the average person, the idea of running two different operating systems at the same time on one computer is pretty weird. This idea naturally leads to questions like these: How do I know which one I’m using at any one moment? How do I switch between them? Which applications do I […]
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The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update was released on April 10, 2018, and it has a number of new features that Mac users will care about. This is the first in a short series about these new Windows 10 features: Connecting your iPhone to your Windows 10 VM. Microsoft has long been accused of copying […]
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Microsoft released the long-anticipated Window 10 Fall Creators Update on October 17. With new features like the People Bar (as well as Cortana and Edge improvements), many Windows 10 users were looking forward to this update and installed it right away. I was one of those who did so. The features and stability improvements were […]
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For a Windows application that does lots of complex or 3D graphics, there are two popular Windows APIs used by the developers of these applications: DirectX or OpenGL. Together with the graphics card in your Mac, these APIs determine the performance of these applications in a Windows VM running in Parallels Desktop® for Mac. Since […]
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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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Within our latest release of Parallels Desktop® for Mac, we have included free systems that are available to the user at no additional cost. These free systems are easily set up with a few simple clicks. Application developers, beta application testers, and software engineers utilize these systems to achieve a safe virtual environment that […]
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Parallels Desktop® for Mac empowers millions of users to go beyond the limitations of hardware to achieve their end goals. Interested in getting started with running Windows, Linux, and other popular OSes on your Mac without restarting? Check out the list below to see if your machine’s hardware specifications and desired operating system are supported. […]
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We’ve made it so easy to get Windows 10 in Parallels Desktop® 13. Here is the easiest the fastest way of getting Windows 10 running on your Mac with Parallels Desktop 13, even if you do not have a license for Windows 10. You can now purchase and download Microsoft Windows directly from the […]
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SAVE 25% NOW Parallels is celebrating our 11th birthday by offering 25% off all Parallels Desktop products from June 19 to June 27. When we look back to 2006, it was a pretty important year: Google bought YouTube, Nintendo Wii hit the US market…and on June 15, the very first version of Parallels Desktop® for Mac, […]
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Microsoft recently shipped the Creators Update with dozens of exciting new features and capabilities! To ensure users get the best experience, Microsoft has announced its commitment to scheduled feature releases for Windows 10, Office 365 ProPlus, and System Center Configuration Manager. The next major release will be available for users as early as this upcoming […]
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