Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac is the world’s easiest, fastest, and most powerful solution for running Windows applications on a Mac — without rebooting. Install Windows or move your PC documents, files and applications on to your Mac in few easy steps. Powerful performance lets you run day-to-day Windows productivity applications — and even the most-demanding graphical apps — without compromise. Use the full-fledged Windows versions of your productivity apps like Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player, Access, and other applications not available on the Mac, and experience Microsoft Office faster than ever. It’s perfect if you’re new to Mac. Start with the familiar look of Windows. Then add more and more of the Mac look, feel and experience to your Windows programs at your pace. Whatever your needs, run Windows and Mac applications side-by-side with no compromises in performance. It’s like your Windows applications were made for your Mac.

5 thoughts on “Parallels Desktop 10 Standard Edition | Mac Disc

  1. Anonymous says:

    This product isn’t what it seems. In effect, if you buy this item, you are buying a subscription to use this product until approximately October, 2016. At that time, Apple will update its operating system and Parallels 10 will stop working. You will either need to buy Parallels 12 or you won’t be able to run Windows at all. Parallels Software has a purposeful limitation which kills the operability after no more than 24 months.At the very least, PARALLELS SHOULD HONESTLY AND CLEARLY ADVERTISE THIS PRODUCT AS A SUBSCRIPTION, BUT THEY DON’T.They will argue that they are a small development team, and need to focus on new innovation. But, that is just a convenient excuse to require that all of their users to buy their product every couple of years. I can’t believe that almost all Mac developers are able to figure out how to keep their legacy software operable, except for Parallels. When was the last time you bought a program that just stopped working when OSX…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have been using Parallels since January 2010 when I first installed Parallels 5. There was a period a few years there when virtual machine software was improving so fast that each Parallels version was worth the upgrade, but I echo other complaints now that these “upgrades” are no longer optional. Parallels has purposefully coded their software to stop working if you install a new version of OS X. It’s great that OS X upgrades are now free…oh, wait, they aren’t if you are running Parallels, they are $50.They could easily code around this, but know that we are all hooked on their product. Just beware that you will be required to upgrade every year if you upgrade your OS X.Additionally, Parallels 10 has it’s own issues that is really frustrating. It used to be that you could open Parallels, have it automatically launch your Virtual Machine in whatever visual mode you prefer with one click and when it was time to Shutdown, you could just Quit Parallels with…

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