Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Parallels adds a little 'Coherence' to Windows virtualization for Macs

I wonder if anyone is using Apple's severely limited Windows virtualization alternative these days... 

Under Coherence, individual Windows applications show up as windows on the Macintosh desktop and can be docked just like any Mac app, according to information from Parallels. "Use Windows and Mac applications on your home OS X desktop at the same time ... [with] no moving between OSes," Parallels says on its Web site. Typically, users must switch between the host operating system and a guest OS in a virtual environment, in effect leaving one system's interface for the other. Coherence skips that part of the process.

Source: Parallels adds a little 'Coherence' to Windows virtualization for Macs

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