Date: Monday, December 6th, 2010, 10:57
Category: News, Software
Parallels Desktop, the popular virtualization application that allows users to run the Windows and Linux operating systems simultaneously alongside Mac OS X, reached version 6.0.11990.62101 on Thursday. The new version, available here, sports the following major fix:
- Address stability and performance of Parallels Desktop and virtual machines.
- Resolve various networking issues.
- Improve the process of converting third party virtual machines.
- Address an issue when Parallels Desktop won’t start.
- Address an activation issue when upgrading Parallels Desktop.
- Add mouse settings to Parallels Desktop Preferences.
- Resolve printing issues.
- Address issues with unexpected inability to copy and paste between Mac and Windows.
- Resolve an issue when a Boot Camp virtual machine requires to reactivate Windows.
- Address a mouse handling issue that causes incorrect transitions between SmartMouse modes in 3D applications and games.
- Add support for Red Hat 6 and Fedora 14 operating systems.
Parallels Desktop 5 for Mac retails for US$79.99 and requires Mac OS X 10.4 later to install and run.