Sometimes we have to pinch ourselves and remember we live in the 21st century. Virtual reality is becoming mainstream. We can print 3-D objects. Amazon is deploying talking robots in our homes. And we’re beaming high-definition images back from Mars.
So you’d think we’d be able to run multiple operating systems on a Mac not only with minimal effort, but also without a restart.
Fortunately, we can—the conundrum of running multiple OSes at once has been solved by Parallels, and now it’s faster than ever with Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac.
So why would you want to run multiple operating systems on your Mac?
Let us count the reasons:
- Keep business on one OS and fun on the other, with hardware partitions in between.
- Dedicate one OS strictly to running a server.
- Dedicate one virtual machine to games (like Kurt Schmucker does for Age of Empires).
- If you’re a dev or a designer, you can test applications, programs, and websites efficiently on different OSes.
- If you’re a tech support professional, you’ll be able to troubleshoot OS-specific issues on the fly.
- Run a scanner or printer with an outdated driver that requires a particular OS.
And the list goes on and on.
If you’re using a different solution to run multiple operating systems, consider trying Parallels Desktop 10—no restart required, unmatched flexibility and performance, and a free 14-day trial.
Even better: For a limited time, we’ll throw in a free one-year subscription to Parallels Access with your purchase or upgrade to Parallels Desktop 10. It’s the fastest, simplest, and most reliable remote-access app for mobile devices.
Jump into the new millennium by running multiple OSes simultaneously with Parallels Desktop 10. Try it today!
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