Parallels Toolbox for Mac

One-touch Tools for Mac

Imagine having a set of tools, with no complicated settings, to simplify everyday tasks.

Take a screenshot with a simple click, secure private files with a password, download a favorite video from YouTube or Facebook with little fuss, easily record a screencast, or keep your Mac from sleeping with the push of a button.

With Parallels Toolbox, you can do all of that and more, with one click!

How-to Guide for macOS Sierra, El Capitan, or Yosemite
with Parallels Toolbox for Mac

Archive Your Files
Compress files with one click to use less storage space. Unarchive any archived files, RAR, zip, and more.

Record Your Screen
Record a video of a screen, active window, or area.

Take Screenshots
Screenshot a screen, active window, or area.

Time Management
A set of handy, easy-to-use time management tools to keep you productive and on task.

Convert a Video
Optimize your home movie or television shows for iPad or iPhone.

Do Not Disturb
Avoid distractions so you can focus on the task at hand. When activated, all notifications and the Dock app animations are disabled.

Do Not Sleep
Prevent your computer from going to sleep and your display from dimming. Ensure a task won’t be interrupted by disabling settings that would allow the computer to go to sleep.

Download a Video
Download your favorite videos from the Internet: Facebook, Vimeo, and many more.

Hide Desktop
Use this tool to hide all the files, folders, and other icons on your desktop when you’re doing a presentation, sharing or recording your screen, or taking screenshots.

Lock Screen
Immediately lock your screen to prevent unauthorized access to your computer. No need to wait until the password-protected screen saver kicks in.

Mute Your Microphone
Mute your computer’s microphone to prevent unauthorized or unwanted listening by other apps.

Record Audio
Use this tool to record audio from your computer’s built-in microphone with a single click. You can record from an external microphone if it is selected as the input source in System Preferences › Sound.