Parallels has enabled high-resolution Windows apps and files on Apple's crystal clear displays.
The company has updated Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac and Parallels Mobile to support Apple's Retina display on the MacBook Pro and latest iPad.
Parallels is a global specialist in hosting and cloud services enablement and desktop virtualisation.
This enhancement to its software enables Mac users to enjoy viewing high quality Web pages across all their devices in both Windows and Mac environments.
Parallels is encouraging users for a free trial of Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac that is available for download at www.parallels.com/desktop.
"With this latest update to Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac, we empower our customers to take advantage of the visually stunning displays and amazing pixel density, even when using Windows apps on their Macs and accessing them on iPads with Parallels Mobile," said Kim Johnston, vice president of marketing for Desktop Virtualization and Mac at Parallels.
Parallels promises an immersive and integrated Windows-on-Mac experiences to customers through Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac along with Parallels Mobile.
Customers can enjoy the full benefits of the Mac across their devices as Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac allows them to run multiple operating systems including Windows 7, Windows 8 Release Preview, Windows 7, Chrome OS and Ubuntu.
The company plans to update Parallels Desktop for Mac so it can support final versions of Mountain Lion and Windows 8 once they are released for use.
The Parallels Mobile app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch allows users to remotely access and control the entire Mac from anywhere.
Parallels Mobile is available in the iTunes App Store and Parallels Desktop 7 for Mac is available from www.parallels.com.
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