Windows is one of the most versatile operating system in the market, even Apple users sometimes need to run Windows on their Macs to get work done. Parallels is by far one of the most commonly used software virtualization technology that allows Macs to run Microsoft’s operating system on their computers.
Today, Parallels is announcing that a new update is rolling out for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac that brings “experimental support” to safely test Windows 10 Technical Preview, therefore allowing Mac users to also test the new touch-friendly version of Office, which included Word, Excel, OneNote, and PowerPoint on Apple’s OS X Yosemite ecosystem.
Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac is not a free software, it cost $79.99, but it’s one of the software virtualization solutions to run Windows. There is also a Student Edition, which cost $39.99. If you’re a current Parallels user, you can upgrade for only $49.99. And there is also a 2-week trial version of the software.