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Want to use Windows-only games and apps on your Mac? Parallels is the best way to run Windows on your Mac and until July 1st 2020 you can get 25% off Parallels for Mac.

Parallels makes it easy to install Windows 10 and other operating systems on your Mac so that you can enjoy the best of both worlds.

The latest version of Parallels 15 has been significantly enhanced with the addition of DirectX 11, 10 and 9 meaning it supports more Windows games than ever including big titles like FIFA 21.

Other new features in the latest Parallels include the ability to save Windows passwords in macOS keychain, drag and drop files from Safari, preview thumbnails, email a file in Mail from Windows and more.

Integration with macOS Catalina has been significantly improved too with improved Sidecar support, processing of Apple Pencil tilt and double-tap and support for Apple Sign-in.

The latest version of Parallels also supports Metal in macOS Mojave and Catalina meaning you can even use Windows only VR and AI apps on your Mac – as long as you have a VR headset for your Mac of course.

You also get a free one-year subscriptions to Parallels Toolbox and Parallels Access with every Parallels Desktop subscription.

For more on the latest version of Parallels, check out our Parallels 15 review.

Remember that this 25% offer is limited until until July 1st, 2020, at 11:59 pm PST.

 

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