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IT Enquirer reviews Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac: 'It’s a lot faster'

“Parallels announced the tenth version of Parallels Desktop for the Mac. The new version goes further where version 9 stopped,” IT Enquirer reports. “There is more integration with OS X, almost completely blurring the line between the two with a ‘Reveal in Windows’ context menu option, the ability to share with Mac native sharing features and ‘iMessage’ from within Windows and have the Mac Dock show an ‘unread email’ indicator for the Windows version of Microsoft Outlook.” 151 more words

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Making Best Use of Saturn


In the wake of Robin Williams’ death this is on my mind. His death was precipitated and/or accompanied by Saturn conjunct and parallel natal Asc, parallel natal Mercury and IC (undersky, 4th cusp). 867 more words

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Вышла десятая версия ПО Parallels Desktop для Ma c

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Компания parallels сделал заявлениеа о выпуске программного обеспечения parallels desktop 10 для Mac, предназначенного для запуска приложений Windows на компьютерах под управлением ОС Apple Mac OS X. 35 more words

Parallels Announces Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac with OS X Yosemite integration

Parallels today launched Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac and Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac Enterprise Edition, the industry-leading software for running Windows applications on Macs. New built-in intelligence and support for Apple’s latest operating systems – including OS X Yosemite – greatly improves ease-of-use for both business users and consumers, allowing them to forget about the operating system and focus on the task at hand. 1,004 more words

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Lazy Sunday

Anyone who feels productive on Sunday doesn’t impress me.
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Communication Issues Will Never Die

Parallels across time

This week whilst viewing the lecture content and reading the set texts I noticed parallels between communication issues we have today and those from a couple of centuries ago (I’m talking 1800s). 579 more words

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