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March 1, 2007 / Steve Rosa

New Parallels Desktop for Mac

Parallels announced today an update to its Desktop for Mac software, which enables users running Intel-powered Apple Macs to run Windows, Linux or any other operating system at the same time as Mac OS X, without re-booting.

The build number of this matest version is 3186.

One very nice feature is Coherence. With Coherence, you can run Windows applications on your Mac OS X desktop, just like they were native Mac applications. You can even load Windows applications directly from the Mac application dock.
More information on Coherence, and screenshots of the feature in action, is available at:

The announcement can be read here.



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