Parallels for Mac Pro on the way A posting to the official Parallels Virtualization blog indicates that a Mac Pro-optimized version of Parallels Desktop -- which allows running of Windows XP and other operating systems within Mac OS X -- is on the way.
The post reads:
"The new Mac Pros have a different CPU model, and work with a specifically optimized OS X kernel. It is not difficult to make Parallels compatible with either of these, but it does take a bit of time. We should have a compatible build very soon. [...] When I say very soon, I mean very soon. Like within the next few days."
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