An Intel/M1 Chip Mac with at least 4GB of ram & 25GB of free storage space
Imagine being able to have multiple computers that run completely different operating systems on one machine, your Mac. That’s exactly what you have the power to do with Parallels. Inside this course I will show you the beginner, intermediate, and expert level methods on how to get the most out of this amazing software and the best ways of using it.
You will learn how to setup Parallels for the first time, basic use, tweaking and tuning Parallels to have it run at its full potential, and expert tips and tricks that you would otherwise have to spend hours researching.
Parallels will give you the power to use Windows software on your Mac, have test or production installations of Linux or Mac for testing or development, and even run Android, with the ability to have a virtual Android tablet at your disposal.
At the end of this course you will have learned all the basics and more. You can then take what you’ve learned and put it to good use for your desired needs. My goal is to show you the power of Parallels Desktop and what it can do it for. Once you know these things you will be able to apply it to your personal, work, or business life in the best way possible.
I hope to see you inside! Please reach out with any questions!
Who this course is for:
- Individuals that want to run software compatible only with Windows/Linux/Android
- Users that’d like to virtualize their Windows Bootcamp installation allowing them to use it without rebooting their machine
- People that would like to have another macOS installation running side by side as their using their main one