virtualisation

Build Your Virtualisation Knowledge With The Microsoft Virtual Academy

Trying to get to grips with virtualisation? Mastered the basics but need to take your knowledge to the next level? Whatever your level of expertise, the free virtualisation courses available through Microsoft Virtual Academy are the ideal way to boost your expertise.


Parallels 8 Supports Mountain Lion, Windows 8

Mac: Parallels Desktop — one of our favourite virtualisation apps for the Mac — has upgraded to version 8. The latest update includes support for both Mountain Lion and Windows 8, making it easy for Mac owners to run an OS X environment while accessing Windows apps.


Can VMware Put A Virtual Machine On Your iPhone?

Steve Herrod wants to put a virtual machine on your phone. Even if your phone is an iPhone.


Lunchtime Deal: Mac Superbundle $US49

Personally I find the whole Mac/PC argument tedious in the extreme; I’m a Mac user who’s quite happy to run Windows as well, but doing so can be a costly exercise in hardware and virtualisation software. The latest in the seemingly never-ending stream of budget application bundles takes some of the cost sting out, offering up Parallels Desktop 7 along with nine other Mac apps for $US49. [Mac SuperBundle via OzBargain]


Parallels 7 Gets Lion-Friendly Features, Android Support

Mac/iOS/Android: The next version of virtualisation software Parallels, which lets you run Windows software on your Mac, is coming September 6, but current users can upgrade now to get support for Lion features like full-screen viewing, simultaneous webcams usage, and more.


Parallels Mobile App Brings Windows To Your iOS Device

Parallels users, listen up! To accompany the recently released Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac, the Parallels peeps have released Parallels Mobile, a free app that lets users poke around on their Windows machines right on their iPhones and iPads.


Masochist Runs Windows XP On An iPad

First there was Windows 95 on an iPad. People cringed, but apparently they did not cringe enough, as someone else has managed to get Windows XP up and running on an iPad. Macheads, avert thy eyes!


Parallels Thrashes VMware Fusion When It Comes To Graphics

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There are two popular options for virtualisation software: VMware Fusion and Parallels. But which is better? MacTech did a detailed comparison and they found out that there was an obvious winner when it came to handling graphics.


Iomega V.Clone App Portable-ises Your Entire PC

It’d be easy to get knotted up in jargon describing v.Clone, so let’s stick with the concept for now: It’s a syncable, complete image of your PC, which you can boot run from basically any other PC. And it’s free.


Parallels 5 Runs Win7 Next To Snow Leopard With Multitouchiness

It’s a virtual war: VMWare Fusion 3 for Snow Kitty and Win7 popped out last week, and now here’s Parallels 5. It’s also fully 64-bit, with Windows apps that behave like native ones, including full multitouch gestures, and more zoomzoom.