Google’s Chromebook has rightly earned a place in business and education with its secure and maintenance-free operation. Yet, there is often still a need to run Windows and Windows-based applications. Parallels has brought its virtualisation technology to Chrome OS allowing you to run Windows apps natively.
Parallels revolutionised the industry giving Mac users the world's first virtualisation software for Intel-based Macs way back in 2006. 15 years later the product is still going strong, and Parallels is offering a 25% discount to celebrate.
Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise has been renamed Parallels Desktop for Chrome OS, and the latest version adds support for AMD processors and runs on 12 additional Chromebook and Chromebox models.
Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise allows Windows and its applications to run directly on enterprise Chromebooks.
Virtualisation specialist Parallels has worked with Google to create Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise.
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