Parallels Desktop for Mac 2.1
Parallels Desktop for Mac is powerful desktop virtualization solution that empowers IT professionals with the ability to develop, test and deploy in multiple operating systems on a single Intel-based Mac.
A sophisticated virtual machine engine supports nearly every standard x86-based operating system, including the entire Windows family, multiple Linux distributions, OS/2, MS-DOS and FreeBSD, each of which can be launched and utilized in completely networked, fully portable, totally independent virtual containers. Since guest operating systems are self-contained and directly access hardware profiles, users never need to proactively partition hard drives allocate system resources, or continually reboot the host operating system.
We explain what a desktop is in computer terms and tell you what the desktop is traditionally used for. view it
In our first episode of this series, we'll show you how to install iOS 5, Apple's newest version of their mobile operating system. view it
We show you a couple of ways that you can share your GarageBand songs with your friends and family. view it
In our first episode of this series, we'll explain some reasons why you might want to root your NOOK Color to run Android 3.0, Honeycomb. view it
Here, we show you some of the new features of iOS 5, including improved notifications and integration with iCloud. view it
In this series, we'll show you how to root your Barnes and Noble Nook Color so that it runs Android 3.0, Honeycomb. view it
In this episode, we show you how to connect the HTC HD7 to your computer so you can upgrade your handset and sync your files. view it