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Parallels Boosts Desktop for Mac Virtualization Performance

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The latest version of the desktop software, which allows users to run Windows and Linux on their Macs, boosts performance 50% and battery life by 20% over previous versions.

Parallels plans on Tuesday to introduce a new version of its virtualization software to run Windows and Linux on Macs, with improvements designed to increase performance by 50% over the previous version, and boost battery life by 20%.

Parallels Desktop for Mac Version 4, the first new version of the software in about year, includes new manageability features in addition to the upgrades. The new features are designed to allow users to more easily manage external storage devices, and create snapshots and backups for data protection.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Parallels Boosts Mac Virtualization Performance – InformationWeek

 

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