Parallels 6 for Mac OS X launches today. You knew that, yes. But did you also know the Parallels Mobile App iTunes link found on the iTunes Store now plays nice with your iPad? Think of the possibilities: Windows software, now on your iPad. Yes, that means you can now run Flash on your iPad. Why you’d want that processor-melting software ruining your iPad experience, I don’t know, but options are… → Read More
Are you ready for Windows 7? Remember, you need go out and get a really nice computer with a nice monitor and lots of hard drive space – basically you’re going to have to get a Mac. Don’t worry, though. It’s easy to switch.
Parallels, the virtualization software that lets you run Windows apps on an Intel Mac, now supports Windows Vista SP1 and Windows XP SP3. The latest version, which was released earlier today, costs $80, the same as VMware’s competing application Fusion. I used Parallels once, sometime last year, and couldn’t couldn’t connect to the Internet within Windows. So I freaked out and… → Read More
Parallels, everyone’s favorite thing to download once, install, try, and then remove because there’s really nothing you need to install on your Mac from Windows except maybe an IDE or game or something, created a set of fairly cool Mac vs. PC ads that don’t drive the whole divide into the ground. → Read More