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Run Windows on macOS High Sierra with Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac

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Optimized and ready for macOS High Sierra and the Windows 10 Creators Update, Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac allows you to run Windows 10, 8.1, and 7, as well as Linux, Google Chrome OS, and other operating systems on your Mac without rebooting. Building on the already powerful Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac, this version adds several noteworthy features, including MacBook Pro Touch Bar integration with Windows and the Parallels Desktop, Touch Bar ID integration with the Parallels Desktop, picture-in-picture, smooth resolution changes, and a Facelift light color user interface across the entire app. Users will also be able to download Windows 10 in one click, and the look of individual applications has been improved on Retina displays, thanks to Scaled Mode.

Included with Parallels 13 is Parallels Access, which allows users to access their Windows and Mac applications and files remotely from their iPad, iPhone, and Android phone or tablet, or from virtually any computer with an Internet connection. Also available is Parallels Toolbox, which offers more than 30 one-touch tools for tasks such as cleaning your drive, securing private files, taking screenshots, and downloading videos.

Have you wanted to switch from PC to Mac, or are you someone who frequently needs to use non-Mac apps, but doesn’t want to invest in a PC setup and don’t want to use Apple’s Boot Camp? If so, Parallels 13 is worth checking out. If you don’t have the latest version of macOS Sierra 10.12.5, don’t worry—there is legacy compatibility with Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 or later and Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 or later.

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