Parallels Desktop for Mac from Parallels, a privately held virtualization technology company, is software providing hardware virtualization for Macintosh computers available with Intel processors. With loads of new features, such as 3D graphics and speed improvements; theming of Windows apps in order to make them look like native apps; support for Multi-Touch gestures and the Apple Remote; drag and drop formatted text and images between Windows, Linux, and Mac apps; optimization for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard); support for Windows 7; system administrator to lock down a virtual machine; support for OpenGL 2.1 for Linux guest virtual machines; and support for DirectX 9c with Shader Model 3, the software improves integration with the host OS. |
Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac requires a Mac with Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Core i3, Intel Core i5, Intel Core i7 or Intel Xeon processor. The software also requires the following versions of operating systems, including OS X 10.11 "El Capitan", OS X 10.10 "Yosemite", OS X 10.9 "Mavericks", OS X 10.8.4 "Mountain Lion", OS X 10.7.4 "Lion", and OS X 10.6.8 "Snow Leopard" or later.
Parallels Desktop for Mac that uses hypervisor is hardware emulation virtualization software and it is also prone to various technical, hardware and software issues. Users of the same software may need technical help on Parallels desktop if you face these issues with your Mac computer.
• Disappearance of the mouse pointer when users type in Microsoft OneNote 2013 running in Coherence.
• It may slow down while users install updates from Microsoft.
• It may be unable to install Ubuntu via EFI using Express installation.
• Failure of command Dragging and dropping files between a Linux virtual machines and OS X.
• Crashing of Windows when users switch to external one from using a built-in camera.
• When run in Windows 8 with 1 CPU, Microsoft Office 2013 may work slowly.
• If users move mouse while pressing Command + Tab, the Command key alone may register in Windows.
• Users fail to uninstall Parallels Tools from a Mac OS X virtual machine.
• No support to sharing SkyDrive folders with Mac OS X.
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