by April 19, 2012 0 comments



We all know about the conventional way of running Windows on Mac, through the Boot Camp utility, included in the Mac OS X operating system. But after having used this utility, you’d also realise that you could either work in Mac or in a Windows environment, which is a pain if you need to frequently switch between the two operating systems. ‘Parallel Desktop 7 for Mac’ from Parallels is meant to be the solution to overcome this pain. Using desktop virtualization techniques this package gives one the freedom to run both Mac and Windows environment simultaneously. Additionally, one can run multiple copies of OS X Lion or Windows and their applications, use the iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to watch and listen to Flash videos on Windows or on Mac using a remote connection, and run other operating systems like Ubuntu and their applications and files on Mac. The ability to run other environments on Mac increases the value of this investment as most of the business applications are built for Windows.

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