Parallels Access is a must-have for iPad owners who need to control apps on their desktop PC.
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Any Mac user who needs to use Windows or Linux software or needs to test software in different environments will appreciate Parallel Desktop's seamless integration, with plenty of little features that make the switching experience as smooth as possible.
The two popular commercial virtual-machine programs for OS X are now available in new versions that bring significant enhancements.
While existing customers could upgrade last week, new customers can now purchase the popular virtualization software.
Parallels Access is a new app that lets you do serious business from your frivolous tablet, translating desktop programs like Word into touch-friendly apps.
Control programs on multiple desktop computers using an iPad-friendly interface.
Wondering about the performance differences of the two top virtualization options for OS X? MacTech has published a detailed comparison.
The update adds experimental support for running virtual machines of the upcoming OS X 10.9 Mavericks operating system.
The two commercial virtualization packages stack up nicely in terms of features, and also compare well in overall performance.
The virtualization software for Macs now can marry OS X's dictation to Windows apps or Windows notifications to OS X. Also: Better Windows 8 screen-edge controls.