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Parallels Access Updated, Offers Full Support for Windows PC & Availability in 11 Languages

By Joy Hou - on 29 Jan 2014, 1:01pm

Parallels Access Updated, Offers Full Support for Windows PC & Availability in 11 Languages

Parallels Access for the iPad has been enhanced, with new features and improvements including Windows support that's now out of beta, support for 11 languages, and a new single port connection which makes it easier for users to work within certain corporate networks.

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New Parallels Access updates and features:-

  • Full support for remote computers running Windows 7 Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 as well as Macs running Mavericks, Mountain Lion and Lion
  • Localization in 11 languages — In addition to English and German, Parallels Access now supports Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese
  • iOS 7 redesign — Enjoy the latest iPad OS updates from Apple when you use Parallels Access
  • Single port connection — Parallels has now made it easier to work within certain corporate networks.

With Parallels Access, just tap right to what you need to get done, in any Windows or Mac application, switch between desktop applications with ease, and leverage SmartTap and magnifying glass to tap with precision inside your desktop applications. Parallels Access works well even with low-bandwidth connections.

Now, Parallels offers the choice of a S$5.98 monthly or S$64.98 annual Parallels Access subscription that lets subscribers access up to 10 PC or Mac computers. Parallels Access, with its Mac Agent and Windows Agent, is available immediately with a 14-day free trial.

Parallels Access hardware requirements include iPad mini and iPad 2 or later and a Mac running OS X (Mavericks 10.9, Mountain Lion 10.8, Lion 10.7) or a PC running Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1. If a Mac user purchases or upgrades to Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac, they receive a complimentary six-month subscription to Parallels Access which will also “applify” all of their Windows virtual machines and Windows apps so they work like they were made for iPad.

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