Parallels Desktop for Mac is a hardware emulation virtualization software for Macintosh computers, trusted by over 5 million users worldwide. It's a fast, easy, and powerful way to run Windows applications on your Mac - without rebooting and slowing down your Mac. Whether you're a home user, a business professional, a student, or a passionate gamer, the Parallels's software enables one Mac to handle all of your computing needs.
Parallels Desktop for Mac gives Apple users the ability to run Windows, Linux or any other operating system and their critical applications at the same time as Mac OS X on any Intel-powered iMac, Mac Mini, MacBook or MacBook Pro.
Parallels Desktop for Mac is offered in three editions:
- Standard Edition - for home & student users
- Pro Edition - for developers, testers and power users
- Business Edition - standard features, plus 24/7 premium email and phone support.
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Parallels Desktop for Mac Key Features:
- Easy switch from PC to your Mac without rebooting
- Run Windows and Mac applications side by side
- Convenient, in-product purchase of Windows 10
- Use Cortana, the Microsoft speech-enabled virtual assistant
- Quickly perform dozens of essential daily tasks on your Mac
- Versatile for home, office, and school
- Run a wide array of operating systems
- One-click tuning to optimize performance
- 500 GB of online backup storage (for 1 year)
- Uncompromised performance
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Last Update: July 01, 2017
Current Version: 188.8.131.52615
Languages: Multiple Languages
Supported Operating Systems:
Mac OS X 10.10.5 or later
Developer: Parallels International GmbH.
- Resolves an issue with Windows and other shared applications crashing after starting from the Dock or Finder.
- Resolves an issue with the Windows and other virtual machine icons disappearing from the Dock after starting Windows from the Dock or Finder.
- Resolves an issue with Visual Studio freezing after the Mac wakes up.
- Resolves an issue with files appearing on the macOS Desktop and then, after a long delay, on the Windows desktop.