The best way to run Windows on a Mac is being updated with new features and macoS Sonoma compatibility. Among the new features in the latest Parallels Desktop release are TouchID support for Windows, enhanced multitouch, and better support for virtual machines in the clouds.
If you’ve used Parallels before, you’ll notice its spruced-up appearance. Dig a little deeper and there are numerous tweaks that seem particularly focused on professional users, including enhancements with a direct impact on mixed-platform enterprises.
Plenty of improvements for work
Notably, and certainly a big nod in recognition of the success Apple is having selling Apple Silicon-powered MacBook Air and MacBook Pro devices into business, it includes much better Trackpad support. You can also now use all the multitouch gestures you’re used to using on a Mac while working in a Windows app.