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 […]
At a recent conference for Mac® IT admins, I was asked, “Can you run a VM from an external drive?” Short answer: “Yes, absolutely. I do this all the time.” Longer answer: You have always been able to run a Parallels Desktop® for Mac virtual machine from an external drive. In Parallels Desktop 13, this […]
“Now Is the Time for a Great Adventure” Cuphead is a beautifully illustrated “run and gun” action game that’s heavily focused on boss battles to repay a debt to the devil. The game is made by StudioMDHR and runs on Unity engine. Inspired by cartoons of the 1930s (think “Steamboat Willy”), the visuals and audio […]
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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