Hands-on: Windows on Mac with Parallels 13

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21 Comments on Hands-on: Windows on Mac with Parallels 13

  1. What is the compatibility of parallels with much older MS OSes? For example W95, 98, XP ? Gaming related question.

  2. I dumped parallels back in 2012 when my RETAIL BOUGHT copy for $80, started pushing pop up ads on my Mac.
    It’s amazing that 9to5mac has been fooled into promoting Adware. What’s next; MacKeeper?

  3. For those of you who want to virtualize Windows but already have a functioning BootCamp, consider checking out vmWare Fusion. It does just that: Virtualize your existing BootCamp!

  4. It’s nice if your a member on Brokestones. Just went and downloaded Parallels, Windows 10 and going to try out VMWare Fusion also. “Would need to pay for it”? Haha, jokes 🙂 Good vid

  5. This video would have been MUCH more helpful if comparisons in features, functionality and performance to earlier Parallels versions or even comparisons to the current Fusion release would have been made.
    This video is only aimed at complete VM beginners on the Mac and is summed up basically as:

    “Hey guys, there is this awesome software called Parallels, version 13 which you can install on your Mac to run Windows without bootcamp.
    Look, you can select how much virtual RAM you want Windows to be using and you really should upgrade your RAM in your Mac.”

    Maybe do a follow up video that is more useful for users of VM software on a Mac?

  6. I have an older version of Parallels and the latest version of VirtualBox (which is free). I find VirtualBox a great alternative.

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