Parallels has just announced that its Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac and Parallels Mobile now feature support for Apple’s retina display. If you are unfamiliar with Parallels, it traditionally allows you to switch from Mac OS X to Windows.
Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac is able to run multiple operating systems such as Windows 8 release preview, Chrome, Ubuntu, and will later provide support for Windows 8 and the final version of Mountain Lion once they have been released. Parallels Mobile allows you to control your computer via your iOS device. Will Retina display support convince you to purchase Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac? Let us know in the comments section below.
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