Today we can’t imagine our life without information technology. Access to all this data wouldn’t be possible the actual network connection. Almost all the modern devices nowadays have a way to connect to the the network. Your Mac and Parallels Desktop virtual machine are no exception! There are several network modes in Parallels Desktop which we covered is one […]
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Guest blog by Manoj Kumar Suresh, Parallels Support Team Easy ways to backup your virtual machine There are many perks of using a virtual machine over a regular PC. One of my favorites being how easy it is to backup and to restore my virtual machines. Below I’ll go over several ways to backup your […]
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Guest blog by Manoj Raghu, Parallels Support Team Need a better performing virtual machine? Do you work on the Windows side more often than on the Mac? Let me guide you through a few built-in settings in Parallels Desktop that will have a positive impact on your VM performance. Using Optimization settings, you can: Balance […]
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Guest blog by Dhruba Jyoti Das, Parallels Support Team Do you think encryption guarantees effective security to your data? While the word “guarantee” might be a bit strong, encryption is a very effective method to restrict your data from unauthorized access. What’s encryption? Encryption is the process of encoding information in such a way that […]
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Guest blog by Manoj Kumar Suresh, Parallels Support Team Parallels Desktop 11 and Parallels Desktop Pro are here and all of us are glad that both versions have many exciting new features—especially features like advanced networking tools, support for development and design, test tools like Docker, Jenkins, and Chef, and much more. But let’s look at a […]
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Guest blog by Manoj Raghu, Parallels Support Team Last week, I talked about the way to access the data on your virtual machine by simply mounting it to the Mac Finder. But what if you need permanent access to the data and don’t need this particular VM? Why would you need that, you ask? Well, […]
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Guest blog by Manoj Raghu, Parallels Support Team “Hold on, John,”—Or How to Save Time While Accessing Your Virtual Machine Files without Starting Parallels Desktop Let’s picture a situation when you are on a call with a client and need to send that file right away, but then you realize you saved it in your […]
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Guest blog by Sylvester Sebastian Nino, Parallels Support Team Most of the people who use Parallels Desktop enjoy seamless access to Mac and Windows programs and files. The best way to blend the two OSes even more is by using the Coherence view mode to run your Windows virtual machine. One of my coworkers has […]
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Guest blog by Paul Christopher Nathaniel, Parallels Support Team Living in today’s world of “Big Data,” the size of the files we create, share, and store doesn’t matter so much anymore. Do you remember those times when we had to shrink the size of pictures just to save some hard disk space? These days, most PCs […]
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You’ve patiently waited for your contract to renew (or you not-so-patiently paid out of pocket) and got yourself a new smartphone! We all know that new phone feeling is pretty intoxicating, but what do you do with your old phone? You can’t just ditch it in the recycling bin—think of how many hours of Star Wars: […]
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