Parallels Toolbox 5.0, the utility suite for macOS and Windows, delivers new barcode generation and reading functions, among others.
Promising the same great tools, in a new, easier-to-use interface, Parallels' suite of excellent tools for PCs and Macs has received the user-interface change it needed to make things simpler and easier.
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.
New versions of the Parallels Toolbox utility collection and Parallels Access remote PC and Mac access tool are now available.
Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac now takes advantage of Apple's Metal API for graphics with dramatic improvements to DirectX 11, bringing what Parallels describes as "exceptional speed, graphics and value" to users, supporting Catalina, Sidecar, full Pencil integration and more.
The latest version of Parallels Toolbox features new and improved functions.
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.
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