A blog reader asked me how I set everything to run multiple browsers simultaneously. Here’s how I configured my Mac® to use five different versions of Internet Explorer at the same time. Step 1: Your Mac To store all the VMs, you will need about 60–90 GB of free space on your Mac. A Mac […]
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There are a number of tasks that are easier, safer, and less costly if run in virtual machines (VM) instead of physical computers. One example is testing beta (or alpha) software. By its very nature, beta software can contain bugs—even quite serious and damaging bugs. Run beta software on your main PC, and you run […]
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Digital arts students use computers and other peripherals such as tablets to create art. They sometimes additionally work in digital photography, animation, electronic sound and music, graphic design, and other digital or interactive media. Popular programs such as Adobe® Photoshop® or Paint Tool SAI are often utilized together to allow artists to maximize their creativity. […]
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We’ve come to give an answer to that oftentimes perplexing question: how often should you shut down your Parallels Desktop virtual machine? The answer: it depends. Just like the debate on whether or not you should shut down your computer every day, it really depends on your needs. Think of your VM like your computer. […]
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