Wednesday December 5, 2007 3:30 pm
Parallels releases Premium Edition alongside official Leopard support
Parallels is one of the most popular software packages available for Mac OS X, and with the recent release of Leopard, users have been left begging for full Parallels support in the latest big cat release from Apple. That day has finally come, as Parallels announced today that their Leopard Update for Parallels Desktop 3.0 is available for download, providing full Leopard compatibility. If you have a Parallels Desktop 3.0 license already, this is a free update.
In other news, the company also launched the new Parallels Desktop Premium Edition. It includes Parallels Desktop for Mac, Kapersky Internet Security 7.0 for virus protection, Acronis True Image 11 Home for backing up data, and Acronis Disk Director Suite for disk management. You get all that for $20 more than the price of Parallels Desktop on it’s own - and separately all that software would run you $175. Not bad, we think. The only thing missing now is a nice deal on a fresh copy of Windows XP!
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