Many people aren’t aware of the differences between Boot Camp and Parallels Desktop. Although both allow you to run Windows on a Mac, that’s where the similarities end. Take your ’Windows on a Mac’ experience to the next level! Use Boot Camp with Parallels Desktop for greater flexibility and more options for running Windows on a Mac.
Parallels Desktop works with Boot Camp to give you more possibilities for running Windows on a Mac. Use the Boot Camp partition as a bootable volume disk in Parallels Desktop to run high-performance PC-only software at full speed in a Mac’s native hardware environment, access all of your system settings, peripheral devices, files and folders in your Parallels Desktop virtual machine.
You can even add the Boot Camp partition as a data disk for any Parallels Desktop virtual machine. Already using Boot Camp? Using that same Windows partition to take your Windows + Mac environment further by utilizing the integration features in Parallels Desktop.
With more than 1.5 million users worldwide, Parallels Desktop for Mac is the world’s No. 1 Mac System Utility. Get the latest and the greatest to make your Windows, Linux or any other OS truly at home on your Mac.
“Parallels Desktop brings OS X and Windows even closer together than before, and it adds several features that have become necessities in the virtualization world.”