Microsoft cut support for Windows XP in 2014; however, thousands of companies still use the 16-year-old operating system on legacy systems. To safeguard against security threats and fix system bugs, these companies need to migrate to a new OS like Windows 10. While this migration may be achieved with a complete IT-hardware overhaul, in certain […]
Guest blog article from Michael Hülskötter. All we can say is: SAP developers, come to Apple! Some recent news is causing a stir in the business world. The established software provider SAP and Apple, renowned for trendsetting and design, are working together to provide future software developers with the right tools to build SAP-compatible mobile […]
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As we all know, nostalgia can pack a powerful punch. If it didn’t, we wouldn’t love posting Throwback Thursdays/Flashback Fridays, and bringing back remnants of the 1990s wouldn’t be so enticing to millennials. (Though let’s be real, the 90’s were awesome.) Well, in honor of this Throwback Thursday, I’m revisiting a fan-favorite that should induce […]
We talk a lot about Windows, but did you know that you can run more than just Windows in your virtual machine? Well, you can! Apart from Windows, Parallels Desktop supports numerous other major operating systems. You may have heard of a few of them: Slideshow images in order: Linux, Ubuntu, Chrome OS, Mageia, FreeBSD, […]
Featured images courtesy of Microsoft. Believe it or not, it’s been 30 years since Microsoft introduced Windows, arguably the most popular operating system in the world. Since its debut in 1985, a lot has changed in the world of the PC—but a lot has also stayed the same. See for yourself by clicking through our […]