Parallels Desktop 10 For Mac Free Download
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Hey Oliver! Absolutely. You can always download a free 14-day Parallels Desktop Trial to try it out before you purchase. This will ensure that you can check if virtualization is the best option for whatever you specific needs are with Windows 10 Pro. Please, let us know if you run into any issues. Please reach out to our support team on Facebook , Twitter or any other of our support channels: Any further questions let us know. Thanks! Kayla, Audience Marketing Manager at Parallels
Windows 10 Technology Preview and Word Preview for Windows 10 running in Parallels Desktop 10 on a Mac running OS X Yosemite. Download a free trial of Parallels Desktop for Mac at www.parallels.com/desktop. (Photo: Business Wire)
RENTON, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Parallels announced today that Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac (parallels.com/desktop) provides experimental support for Windows® 10 Technical Preview and Office Preview for Windows 10 which includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Now users who wish to try the newest OS from Microsoft® safely and easily can do so without the inconvenience of deleting an existing OS or the uncertainty of installing a new and nonfinal version of Windows 10 directly on their machines. The Parallels Wizard makes it simple to download the Windows 10 Technical Preview directly from within Parallels Desktop, creating a virtual machine to try out everything Windows 10 has to offer, including such features as the new Start menu, Photos, Maps app, Cortana and Windows Store beta which offers Office Preview for Windows 10.
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The 18.1.1 version of Parallels Desktop for Mac is available as a free download on our software library. You can run this program on Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later. The file size of the latest setup package available is 1.9 MB.
Parallelsdesktop-10.1.1-28.dmg, parallelsdesktop-9.0.23046.dmg or parallelsdesktop-8.0.18608.dmg are the common file names to indicate this program's installer. Parallels Desktop for Mac relates to System Tools. This app's bundle is identified as com.parallels.desktop.console.
Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac is available at parallels.com/desktop. The standard retail price (SRP) of Parallels Desktop 10 is $79.99, and the Student Edition is available for $39.99. Upgrades for existing Parallels Desktop 8 or 9 customers are $49.99. Parallels Desktop 10 customers receive a complimentary three-month subscription to the Parallels AccessTM app (parallels.com/access) for up to five Macs and PCs and an unlimited number of iOS and Android mobile devices.
Parallels is the biggest RIP off. Every Year when Apple brings out a free OS upgrade, parallels stops working and suggests buying the latest version for $50. Would be nice if one could keep using a piece of software for more than a year.
Quote:Originally Posted by oberpongo Parallels is the biggest RIP off. Every Year when Apple brings out a free OS upgrade, parallels stops working and suggests buying the latest version for $50. Would be nice if one could keep using a piece of software for more than a year.To be fair, they usually do provide a final release that allows compatibility, but you're right, a new major release is required to take advantage of new host OS features. Earlier this year I felt compelled to upgrade from 8 to 9 because full-screen support in v8 was terrible. So yes, I paid $50 per Mac so I could take advantage of full-screen mode with multiple displays. Better battery life and quicker snapshot creation would be great, but I doubt the real-world benefits would be close to the (up to) 30% better battery and (up to) 60% faster snapshot creation they claim. Shame, because my battery life drops to about 40% of what I normally get when I have a VM running (which is most of the time). Instead of 6 hours, I average 2-3 hours.
To get Parallels up and running, you're going to need to have the full version of another operating system on hand. From the Parallels launcher, you can download free operating systems including Chrome OS, Ubuntu Linux, Android OS, or even another version of Mac OS X using your Mac's recovery partition.
Parallels Desktop for Mac customers (any edition) can get upgrade pricing for Parallels Desktop 15 online here. New customers can download free trials and purchase at parallels.com/desktop. Pricing details follow below: 2b1af7f3a8