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 16.5 for Macs now lets M1 and Intel-powered Macs run native code to run Windows 10 at "native speeds on Macs with a seamless experience loved by millions".
It's that time of year again: a new version of macOS will soon be released, so there's a new version of Parallels Desktop for Mac to provide compatibility.
Virtualisation specialist Parallels has worked with Google to create Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise.
Parallels Desktop 14 for Mac has arrived with some interesting new capabilities and integrations.
Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac has arrived, and is first to bring Windows Apps to MacBook’s Touch Bar while bringing Windows’ People Bar to the Mac, plus an improved new Toolbox.
If you're still using Parallels Desktop 8 and are planning to upgrade to macOS Sierra, budget for an upgrade to version 11.
Spring is almost here, so it's time for a new version of the Parallels Desktop virtualisation software. Parallels Desktop 11 makes Cortana available in OS X.
Four of a kind can be a winning hand: Office Preview for Windows 10 running on Windows 10 Technical Preview under Parallels Desktop 10 on Mac OS X (10) is now 'experimentally' supported.
The latest version of the widely-used Parallels Desktop virtualisation software for OS X provides a performance boost plus support for features of the latest versions of Apple's and Microsoft's operating systems.
With Time Machine being a standard feature of OS X, and disk cloning tools Carbon Copy Cloner and SuperDuper! selling at affordable prices, you might imagine the Mac backup market is pretty well sewn up. But Acronis brings a couple of interesting twists to the theme - especially for Parallels users.
Parallels was quick to provide 'experimental support' for Windows 8 once Microsoft issued the Release Preview of the forthcoming operating system, but you may need a paid upgrade to get full support.
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