Sep 11 2007
Parallels Desktop is the software that lets Intel-based Mac user run Windows, Linux and other operating systems and vastly expands the number of software titles they can run on their Mac Pro, iMac, Mac mini, MacBook or MacBook Pro.
The Parallels Desktop 3.0.5160 update was released today with a bunch of feature enhancements to Coherence (the mode that allows for greater interoperability between Mac OS X and whatever operating system Parallels Desktop is running) and fixes to the Virtualization Engine that lets Parallels Desktop do its magic.
The Parallels Desktop update is free to registered users. Parallels Desktop sells for USD$79.99.