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Parallels Desktop 15 is out now and introduces a bevy of new updates

[2019-08-13 15:09:51]

What you need to know Parallels Desktop 15 was released today. The new update adds a bevy of new features that round out the experience. Among the updates is support for Sidecar, letting you turn your iPad into a Windows secondary display. You can now do way more with Parallels. Today Parallels Desktop 15 was announced introducing a whole new array of features for the Mac program that lets users run Windows and Linux without rebooting. Among the major updates is support for many macOS Catalina features like Sidecar, support for DirectX 11 and more. With support for DirectX 11 via the switch to Metal, performance should see an impressive boost. Parallels says 3D graphics will render 15% faster, Microsoft Office apps could launch up to 80% faster and the overall user interface should be much more responsive. Along with the support of Sidecar, which is a new feature in macOS Catalina that turns the iPad Pro into a secondary display, new controls for the Apple Pencil via the Touch Ba...

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