Want to run Windows on your Mac? Parallels Desktop for Mac is the answer for your question. The app saves you a ton of time, which would have been wasted booting from Bootcamp and to macOS, and back again.
You can run Windows in your Mac, and switch between apps of either operating system seamlessly. This includes support for running Windows programs in full screen mode. Parallels Desktop can run any game or app without any slowdowns, as the virtual machine has been optimized for faster access speeds when you open files and documents.
Parallels Desktop grants you the ability to use Windows 10 features, such as Cortana, Microsoft Edge, Task View, etc, while also using macOS’ key features like Spotlight, Finder, etc.
You can add shortcuts to your Windows programs, to the Dock, Folders on the Dock, the Launchpad, etc. Installing and running applications is a breeze in Parallels Desktop, just like you do in Windows, all it takes is a click of the mouse.
In fact, you can even assign shortcuts to the TouchBar in your MacBook Pro. You can quickly change the display size of the Window, by using the menubar. This also includes options to reboot Windows and changing the resolution easily.
The virtual machine supports all of your Mac’s hardware including USB 3.0, Thunderbolt ports, the Retina Display, etc. You can use Parallels Desktop to run Windows or Linux, and installing the operating system can be done with an ISO Image, a DVD disc, or a USB flash drive. You can import Windows from Bootcamp, or from your PC. You can even download Linux virtual machines and run them directly, if you don’t have the time to install it on your own.
Parallels Desktop also allows you to drag and drop files between Windows and macOS apps so you can work on content on different apps, per your needs.
Parallels Desktop includes Parallels Toolbox, which is bundled in for free. There are 30 tools in this toolbox, which can be used for taking screenshots, recording on-screen video content, recording audio, downloading video streaming services, create and open archives, etc.