In the 2017 financial year, Apple® sold more than 19.25 million Mac® computers. This statistic comes from a global sales report from Statista and provides valuable insight into the Mac vs. PC market. This shift is causing an audience with two groups: new-to-Mac users and existing macOS® users that want fresh hardware. More users are […]
Parallels Desktop® for Mac is dedicated to ensuring users have a seamless experience with their virtual machine performance. It’s very common for Microsoft Windows applications to use a generous amount of CPU power. These resource-hungry programs can range from anti-virus, to Windows Updates installations, to cloud storage syncs such as OneDrive or Dropbox. In the […]
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Save precious time with one-click. We’re excited to introduce our latest release of Parallels Toolbox. Parallels® Toolbox is the perfect Swiss Army knife to help optimize your workday with easy-to-use macOS tools and Windows tools. It’s another step in the Parallels master plan to ensure both macOS® and Windows users have every tool they need […]
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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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At this very moment, some 1.25 million presentations are being held worldwide. Unfortunately, listeners rate almost 90% of all lectures as bad, boring, or time-consuming. This is partly due to the content but also problems with the technology create disturbances—the sound is not running, the WLAN connection is on strike, or the adapter is missing. […]
The latest version of Parallels Access® adds a much-requested feature: support for iPhone® X, including new technologies in iPhone X such as Face ID®. Parallels Access, which gives users a convenient and natural way to control their desktop applications from their tablet or phone, now has full support for the higher resolution screen of the […]
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The Windows 10 April 2018 Update was released on April 30th, 2018, and it has a number of new features that Mac users will care about. This is the third in a short series about these new Windows 10 features: Some Tweaks in the April 2018 Update. In two earlier posts, I have explained two […]
The Windows 10 April 2018 Update was released on April 30th, 2018, and it has a number of new features that Mac users will care about. This is the second in a short series about these new Windows 10 features: Windows 10 Timeline. Both macOS® and Windows are very mature products. In mature products, while […]
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Guest blog author Kevin Greely, General Manager Parallels Asia Pacific Nepean Community College (NCC) is an adult education institution that focuses on equipping minorities, the disadvantaged, and the disabled with the IT literacy skills necessary to successfully navigate today’s digital world. NCC was looking for a flexible, responsive, and cost-effective device management strategy to keep […]
Some free, easy actions for the Parallels Desktop® for Mac user to solve “Your Mac is running low on Space.” If you’ve ever seen one of these dialogs or notifications, you know how scary they can be and how bad things can get if you ignore them: In Your Windows VM There are a variety […]
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