Almost like clockwork, Parallels released yet another new version of their popular product, Parallels Desktop for Mac, a year after version 8 was released. In this article, I explore the new features in Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac and see how useful they are in reality. And if you are already an existing Parallels Desktop for Mac user, is it worth paying for the upgrade to version 9.
If you are looking to expand your MacBook Air or Pro Retina’s storage capacity by using an SD Card and utilizing the idle SD Card slot, you’d probably already have heard of the Nifty MiniDrive. While its a great option by its own right, unless you are one of the Kickstarter project backer, you’re out of luck owning one anytime soon. But wait, there’s an alternative to the Nifty MiniDrive. Is it good? The guys at MiniDrive were kind enough the send me one to check it out.
Getting too many -The disk was not ejected properly- errors when you improperly unplug the external disks after closing your MacBook’s lid to put it to sleep? Well, here’s how you can automatically unmount and re-mount them!
Have a MacBook Pro and need a USB hub? I highly recommend that you check out this article and see what I’ve found to be the perfect USB hub for the MacBook Pro.
Windows 8 Pro was finally released late October 2012 and I finally took the plunge to click on the order button today. Why? Well, I was curious to see how the final version of Windows 8 performs on Parallels Desktop 8 on my Mac. The result? Read on the find out what I think!
SSD is very expensive in terms of it’s real estate and you simply do not want to put just about any junk you have that’s not worth it’s space there. Therefore, you would want to make sure if it’s really worth plunking the tens of GBs worth of VM image onto your precious SSD storage. So, should you or should you not? Is there significant performance improvements that warrant the large chunk of the SSD dedicated to the VM image? Read on to find out!