Run Windows on macOS Catalina with Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac

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Run Windows on macOS Catalina with Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac

Optimized and ready for the forthcoming macOS Catalina, Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac is available as a downloadable Pro Edition, with the choice of a volume or retail license, as well as a boxed Standard Edition. While both editions will run Windows 10, 8.1, 7, Google Chrome, Linux, Unix, and other operating systems within macOS 10.12 and later without rebooting, the Pro Edition is geared toward developers, testers, and experienced power users. The Standard Edition supports 8GB of virtual memory and four virtual processors for each virtual machine and the Pro Edition increases this to 128GB of virtual memory and 32 virtual processors for each virtual machine. Other additions to the Pro Edition include a network conditioner to simulate speeds and tests, a Microsoft Visual Studio plug-in, and integration with Vagrant, Jenkins, and other development tools. The Pro Edition also includes the ability to debug, dump VM, or start an SSH session, support for business cloud services, and while both versions include 24/7 phone and email support, the Standard Edition is limited to 30 days and the Pro Edition is covered for the entire one-year licensing period. Both versions offer free upgrades to newer versions, enhanced Apple Pencil support, and support for Xbox and Logitech Craft controllers. The Pro version also includes some additional perks not found in the Standard version.

Parallels 15 is sold as a one-year license that will need to be renewed annually. Included with Parallels 15 is the Parallels Toolbox, which offers more than 30 utilities to help simplify everyday tasks, such as cleaning your drive, securing private files, taking screenshots, or downloading videos, all with a single click.

Have you wanted to switch from Windows to Mac, or are you someone who frequently needs to use non-Mac apps, but doesn’t want to invest in a Windows setup and don’t want to use Apple’s Boot Camp? If so, Parallels 15 is definitely worth checking out.

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Is there a Mac OS emulator for Windows?

There are software where you can run Mac OS in a virtual environment on Windows.  However B&H does not carry this kind of software.  

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