Parallels Releases Version 11.0.2 of the Parallels Desktop for Mac

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Parallels has released an update to their Parallels Desktop for the Mac.  Version 11.0.2 addresses a host of issues and program stability.  Fixes to the program include the following:

  • Resolves an issue with mouse cursor positioning in Windows 10 when using all displays in Full Screen
  • Resolves an issue with dragging and dropping from a virtual machine to OS X in Coherence
  • Resolves an issue with installing an OS X El Capitan virtual machine from the .app image
  • Resolves an issue with opening virtual machine applications from the Dock in OS X El Capitan
  • Resolves an issue with Microsoft Office application windows rendering in Coherence after restoring a window from the Dock
  • Resolves an issue with Parallels Tools installation in Ubuntu 15.04 virtual machines
  • Resolves an issue with the Network Conditioner tool not working in virtual machines with Bridged networking
  • Resolves an issue with some applications not appearing in iCloud Drive shared from OS X with Windows virtual machines
  • Resolves an issue with shared folders being incompatible with Visual Studio projects
  • Resolves an issue with virtual machine desktop icons rearranging after restart
  • Resolves an issue with the button to switch a virtual machine to Coherence being positioned incorrectly
  • Resolves an issue with graphic artefacts when running an application in a Linux virtual machine

Parallels is an app which allows users to run the Windows environment on their Mac desktop.  The App is available for $79.00 per year for the standard version and $99.00 per year for the Pro version.  A business version is also available from Parallels.

For more information check out the Parallels website at:
http://www.parallels.com/

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