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In the “faster” category, Parallels Desktop 5 now includes full Aero support in Windows Vista and Windows 7, and an improved Parallels Transporter promises to speed up and ease the task of converting a standalone PC into a Parallels virtual machine. USB transfer speeds in Windows are faster than before, and Parallels […]
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Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK), a leader in 2D and 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, and Parallels, a worldwide leader in virtualization and automation software, announced that they have signed an agreement to make Parallels Desktop for Mac Autodesk’s preferred Mac virtualization software.
Autodesk will now support use of AutoCAD software, AutoCAD […]
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In the majority of overall averages of our tests, Parallels Desktop is the clear winner running 14-20% faster than VMware Fusion. The one exception is for those that need to run Windows XP, 32-bit on 2 virtual processors, VMware Fusion runs about 10% faster than Parallels Desktop.
And, while both products these […]
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Parallels Desktop 4.0 for Mac
$39.99 for new CD-ROM or download version with free 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive! $40 off normal price for boxed version.
Offer good through 2/28/2009
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$39.99 for new OEM, CD-ROM only version! $40 off normal price for boxed version.
MacTech – How do Boot Camp, Parallels Desktop, and VMware Fusion stack up?
This article from MacTech magazine provides comprehensive benchmarks on the various ways a person with an Intel Mac can run Windows on their machine:
Boot Camp, VMware Fusion and Parallels are all very good, each in their own way. You […]
The Official Parallels Virtualization Blog: Parallels Desktop & Leopard
As I noted in last Friday’s post, we’re only a few weeks (maybe days?) away from the launch of Mac OS X 10.5, code named “Leopard”. Since many of you (and me) plan on upgrading to Leopard within minutes of its release, the question that […]
TechBlog: Virtually tied: Parallels Desktop vs. VMWare Fusion
Both Parallels and Fusion are excellent programs, and while Ive been trying to figure out which is better, Ive come to the conclusion that theyre pretty evenly matched. You could order me to remove either one from my MacBooks hard drive, and Id be happy with […]
The Official Parallels Virtualization Blog: New build for Mac Pro available now
Just a few minutes ago our developers posted a new build 1898 for Desktop for Mac that substantially improves Mac Pro and 64-bit iMac performance and eliminates kernel panics and major bugs.
For those users who have Mac Pros and 64-bit iMacs […]