Articles about Parallels

Parallels Adds Support For More Chrome OS Devices
Chrome OS devices, like Chromebooks, are pretty cheap and are usually good enough to get the job done. But what if you needed a computer that could run software that wasn’t available for Chrome OS? Like a Windows specific software, for example? The good news is that Parallels has been updated where it will now offer support for more Chrome OS devices.

You Can Now Run Windows 10 On M1 Macs...Kind Of
If you miss being able to run Windows on your M1-based Mac computer, you’re in luck because the folks behind Parallels Desktop has announced that in the latest version of their software, they are giving users the ability to install Windows 10 on ARM on their Mac computers, although there is a catch.

Parallels Preview Now Available For Apple’s M1 Macs
Shortly after Apple’s announcement of their M1 Mac computers, Parallels announced that they will be working on an M1 compatible version of their software. The good news is that Parallels has since reached out to customers informing them that the latest version of the app that is compatible with the M1 chipset is now available through the Mac Technical Preview Program.

Parallels Confirms Support For Apple’s M1 Chipset
When Apple Silicon was first unveiled earlier this year, it was revealed that to help developers make the transition, they would release the Rosetta 2 translation software that would allow x86 apps to run on their chipset.


Cortana Will Now Assist MacBook Users With The Help Of Parallels 
Microsoft’s digital assistant — Cortana is coming to Android and iOS soon, but Microsoft is not planning to bring it to OS X. Thankfully, the wish is somehow being tackled by the app — Parallels, which has unofficially brought Cortana to Mac OS X. The version 11 of Parallels comes with complete Windows 10 support, and it also brought Cortana on board. Although, running virtual machines on OS X is […]

Run Windows 10 Technical Preview On Mac With Parallels
Microsoft has released Windows 10 technical preview which gives us a good idea of what the upcoming iteration of its operating system is going to look like. However if you don’t have a compatible Windows PC lying around that you can upgrade and happen to use a Mac, there is a way now to run Windows 10 technical preview on Mac. Parallels today announced Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac which brings “experimental support” for Windows […]