This article was first published on. Additional reporting by Billy Zheng. Mac users rejoice! The latest version of Parallels has just been released, boasting support for the latest OSes, namely macOS High Sierra, and Windows 10, along with a slew of quality of life improvements.
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What is Parallels? Windows in Mac OS Have you ever encountered a situation on MacOS when you try to install a certain Windows program, and THERE IS NO MAC COUNTERPART? There are many ways to circumvent this problem, but one of the easiest ways is to use Parallels.
What Parallels does is it creates a virtual machine in your Mac that runs a version of Windows or an OS like ChromeOS, Ubuntu or Linux – and from there you can access all your favorite Windows programs on your Macintosh. What benefits are there in using Parallels?
-Run Windows on Mac Parallels allows you to run Windows on your Mac concurrently with macOS – think of it as an app within MacOS. This means you can run the Windows version of Excel, Powerpoint, and Word which may contain more features than the Mac version. You can also use Windows to play games on Steam and Battle.net!
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Of course, this utilizes a ton of memory, so if your Mac’s specs are not the best, running intensive programs will make a huge impact on your performance. While a regular Macbook works okay for light apps, we recommend using a device with a dedicated Radeon graphics card and at least 8GB of RAM and more if you want to play games or do 3D modeling. Overwatch on Parallels 13 -Use Parallels as a sandbox As Parallels is a separate virtual space from your macOS, you can use Parallels as a sandbox if you tweak the settings right. For those of you wondering what a sandbox is, it is basically a separate space in your computer that is isolated from the rest of your system. You can use it to test a beta OS’s new features or an unstable program you are still developing, instead of experimenting on your current system and risk losing your files and settings.
There’s also some cybersecurity benefits to it – if you receive any suspicious files or are visiting any high risk sites, any virus infection will most likely take place in the sandboxed area, and not spread to the rest of your computer. -Run multiple OSes on your Mac Parallels creates virtual machines (VMs) on your device, and what this means is that ANY OS can be loaded onto these VMs on Parallels, as long as you have the installation file (ISO) or disc handy. Parallels comes with some free systems you can install as well, including Linux and Android. So what’s this new version of Parallels all about? Parallels working with the new MacBook Pro Touchbar Parallels 13, the newest in the Parallels series, comes included with new features, which include: -Touch Bar support for Windows Apps -People’s Bar for Mac -Full support for Windows 10, and ready for High Sierra -Enhanced Retina display support for Windows Apps -New Picture-in Picture mode -Performance enhancements -Improved OpenGL -New tools in the Parallels Toolbox, and introduces Parallels Toolbox for Windows. The basic edition of Parallels 13 is going at $79.99 while the Pro and Business Editions are going at $99.99 a year. Previous users of Parallels can upgrade at $49.99 to Parallels 13.
You can purchase Parallels online and even do a free trial. We’re currently using Windows with Parallels 13 and we absolutely love it so far. Stay tuned to our page for the full review!