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August 25, 2014

Parallels Launches Software for Running Windows Apps on Macs

Parallels released Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac and Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac Enterprise Edition.

The software improves ease-of-use for both business users and consumers thanks to new built-in intelligence and support for Apple’s (News - Alert) latest operating systems.

Parallels’ newly released Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac and Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac Enterprise Edition helps users forget about the operating system and focus on their work.

This software is available for users from August 20th and the company is encouraging its existing users to upgrade to Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac at its website. For new customers, Parallels Desktop 10 will be available for purchase at retail and online stores worldwide and via the Parallels website starting Aug. 26th.  

“With Parallels Desktop 10 customers can enjoy new levels of productivity without having to worry about whether the app they need is available on a specific operating system — Parallels creates a world of compatibility at home, work and on the road,” said Parallels President Jack Zubarev.

Desktop 10 supports iCloud Drive, iMessages and SMS text sharing from Windows. Users can leverage this solution to control virtual machines from Spotlight preview and Finder QuickLook.

Wizards will guide users through optimizing their experience, an additional bonus to improved battery life and improved usability between operating systems. 

Moreover, Parallels Desktop 10 offers users freedom to use whatever operating system fits their needs.

IT managers can now support Windows applications for Mac users with a configurable, policy-compliant solution that easily fits into their existing IT business processes.

Parallels Desktop for Mac Enterprise Edition is built upon Mac desktop virtualization solution. It adds centralized administration and management capabilities to keep IT in control of virtual machines. 




Edited by Maurice Nagle
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