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The popular Parallels virtualization app will gain a new version 15 update according to a new announcement. The update will offer DirectX support thanks to Apple Metal as well as new features made possible thanks to macOS Catalina. Chief among those will be support for Sidecar.

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Parallels Desktop 12 has been released with support for macOS Sierra 10.12 and much more. Here are the details.

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It is very rare that a large company offering a popular application or service can work on a substantial upgrade to that product without some of the information leaking into the public domain prior to release. Unfortunately for Parallels that’s exactly what happened last month, with the difference being that it was actually an internal leak that let the cat out of the bag. That said, the company’s latest iteration of its virtual machine software, Parallels Desktop 11, is now officially available for Mac OS X users.

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Here’s how to fix “sorry, this application cannot run under a virtual machine” TaiG error in Parallels when trying to jailbreak iOS 8.3.

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With Microsoft steadily ratcheting up the development of Windows 10, it’s inevitable that some people are going to want to test it out on their Mac, whether for work or just to keep up on the latest technologies from across the isle. The most popular way to do that is in a virtual machine – or VM as some like to call it – and possibly the best way to do that on a Mac is with Parallels Desktop. Currently at version 10, Parallels Desktop costs $80 and importantly, was just updated to support not just the Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Preview, but also the new Office 2016 Preview, too.

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In the world of hardware virtualization, Parallels is arguably the biggest player on the Mac. Being able to use a Mac computer full time but still dabble in Windows when needed can be a pretty powerful thing, especially if you develop apps for Microsoft’s platform, or just need to use an app that doesn’t yet have a Mac version. As much as Apple wouldn’t like to admit it, sometimes you just need to use Windows for some things.

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As a company, Parallels has been responsible for breaking down a number of barriers in its fourteen years of existence. Company’s impressive software has managed to bridge the gap between the world’s two most popular desktop operating systems by allowing Windows applications to run almost seamlessly on computers running Apple’s OS X. Its Parallels Access for iPad app released last year took things a little further by allowing Windows and Mac apps to run on an Apple iPad. Not wanting to rest on that success, the company has raised the bar again by extending the Parallels Access functionality to grant virtual access to a remote PC or Mac directly from an iPhone or an Android device.

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While you won’t be ever able to run a full-blown modern desktop OS like Windows or Linux on your iOS gadget anytime soon, but with virtual-machining software Parallels Desktop for Mac, you can now access your Windows 7 or Linux-based virtual machines from your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad!

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