Parallels adds support for OS X Mavericks

Macworld Australia Staff
20 June, 2013
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Parallels has released an update to its Desktop 8 for Mac software to accommodate developers who have begun to use Apple’s newly announced Mac operating system, OS X Mavericks.

The virtualisation software company has included experimental support for the latest Mac OS, revealed on June 11 at WWDC, in version 8.0.18494 of Desktop.

The software enables Mac users to run Windows, Linux, Chrome OS and older OS X operating systems at the same time within their current operating system.

Apple unveiled OS X Mavericks alongside iOS 7, a new range of MacBook Airs and a sneak-peek at the next-generation Mac Pro at its Worldwide Developers Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Apple’s newest operating system for Mac brings a number of updates, including tweaks to the Finder, Safari and Notifications, plus a reduction in CPU usage.

Developers with access to OS X Mavericks can head to Parallels’ blog post for more details of the latest version.


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