Parallels Desktop 14 and macOS® Mojave

This is part of a series about the new features in Parallels Desktop® 14 for Mac.

The latest update to Parallels Desktop 14, released November 20, is fully compatible with macOS Mojave 10.14:

Run Parallels Desktop 14 on a macOS Mojave Host

If you are already running Parallels Desktop 14, you can move to macOS Mojave without issue. If you are running an older version of Parallels Desktop, upgrade today to ensure you are fully compatible with macOS Mojave. If you are new to Parallels Desktop, go ahead and upgrade to macOS Mojave and then download a free trial of Parallels Desktop 14.

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Figure 1_Windows 10 and Windows XP running in Parallels Desktop 14 on macOS Mojave

macOS Mojave as a Guest OS in Parallels Desktop

There are several ways to install macOS Mojave as a guest OS in Parallels Desktop :

Installing macOS Mojave

Figure 2_Installing macOS Mojave from the Recovery Partition


Installing macOS Mojave

Figure 3_Installing macOS Mojave using the Install app in a new, blank VM

Upgrade an existing macOS VM to Mojave

Video 1 shows a macOS Mojave VM running in Parallels Desktop 14:

macOS Mojave Features

With Parallels Desktop 14, you can access all the new macOS Mojave features, like Continuity Camera and the new screenshot feature with your VM.

Video 2 shows the feature Continuity Camera in Parallels Desktop 14:

Video 3 shows the new screenshot feature being used with a Windows 10 VM:

Have you upgraded to macOS Mojave yet? Share your experience with macOS Mojave in the comments.

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