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Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac updates summary

APPLIES TO:
  • Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac Standard Edition

The latest version

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac 10.4.0 (29337) addresses overall stability and performance issues, improves support for Boot Camp virtual machines, and includes the following fixes:

  • Resolves an issue with Boot Camp virtual machines not booting after upgrading the guest OS to Windows 10
  • Resolves an issue with installing a guest OS from an external CD/DVD drive
  • Resolves an issue with reassigning a USB device from the Mac to a virtual machine
  • Resolves accidental issues when connecting external USB devices to a virtual machine
  • Resolves an issue with starting guest OS applications from OS X aliases

Previous updates

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac 10.3.0 (29227) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and it includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Resolves an issue with redundant Windows 10 application icons in Dock
  • Resolves an issue with not presenting the option to install a virtual machine from a Boot Camp partition
  • Resolves an issue with mouse cursor positioning in Windows 10 when using all displays in Full Screen
  • Resolves an issue with invisible Windows 10 tray icons in Coherence
  • Resolves an issue with Windows 10 automatic OS detection
  • Resolves an issue with Windows 10 crashing when the incorrect guest OS type is set
  • Resolves an issue with Parallels Tools installation not starting automatically after installing Windows 10 from USB media
  • Resolves an issue with Parallels Tools installation in Fedora virtual machines

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac 10.2.2 build 29105 includes the following fixes and enhancements for the Windows 10 Insider Preview:

  • Rendering fixes on Mac computers with Intel HD Graphics 3000 video adapter
  • Resolves an issue with Parallels Shared Folders
  • Resolves an issue with longstanding Parallels Tools installation

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac 10.2.1 (29006) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and it includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Resolves an issue with PXE boot for Windows virtual machines
  • Resolves an issue with Red Hat Enterprise virtual machines accidentally logging out after installation of Parallels Tools
  • Resolves an issue with screen resolution when resizing an Ubuntu 15.04 window
  • Resolves an issue with installing Parallels Tools on Linux virtual machines with kernel 3.19.1
  • Resolves an issue with Ubuntu virtual machines appearance after resuming
  • Resolves an issue with mouse input after using text console in Fedora virtual machines

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac 10.2.0 (28596) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and includes the following fixes:

  • Resolves an issue with accidental “Unable to connect to the server…” error messages appearing while working in a virtual machine
  • Resolves an issue with a virtual machine not starting after resizing its virtual hard disk
  • Resolves an issue with a nested virtual machine restart also restarting the host virtual machine
  • Resolves an issue with OS X® virtual machines being unable to use NetBoot
  • Resolves an issue with Autodesk Maya® 2015 crashing on start
  • Resolves an issue with accidental keyboard input sounds in Coherence
  • Resolves Ubuntu web browser display issues when dragging a window
  • Resolves an issue with sharing OneDrive® volumes with the Mac®

We are changing the name of Parallels Desktop® for Mac Enterprise Edition to Parallels Desktop® for Mac Business Edition, effective immediately. It is the same quality software you enjoy today, which we will continue to update with our latest innovations. The new Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition name emphasizes that businesses of all sizes, not just enterprises, use and benefit from our industry-leading software.

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac build 10.1.4 (28883) addresses overall stability issues, and includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Resolves an issue with Parallels Tools continual re-installation on Windows® 10 Technical Preview
  • The most recent Windows 10 Technical Preview build is now available for download from the Parallels Wizard

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac build 10.1.3 (28868) resolves an issue with Parallels Desktop crashing when used on Mac computers with automatic graphics switching.

The update is recommended for everyone who is using a Mac with a discrete graphics card.

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac build 10.1.2 (28859) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and it includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Adds an option to not display virtual machines in the Dock
  • Resolves an issue with the “Unable to complete the operation” error for paused virtual machines
  • Resolves an issue with a Parallels Tools crash on a virtual machine resume
  • Resolves an issue with automatic OS detection when installing Windows 10 Technical Preview
  • Resolves an issue with virtual machine disk space reclamation if real-time disk optimization is turned ON
  • Resolves an issue which caused a PC to virtual machine migration to hang
  • Resolves an issue with some Windows software showing grey boxes in Coherence
  • Resolves an issue with the World of Tanks game artifacts
  • Resolves an issue with function keys not working in OS X virtual machines
  • Resolves an issue with spoken commands for Parallels Desktop management
  • Resolves an issue with converting a virtual machine from VMware Fusion
  • Resolves an issue with port forwarding that breaks established connections
  • Resolves an issue with assigning a custom Shared network IP range
  • Resolves an issue with time synchronization for Linux virtual machines

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac build 10.1.1 (28614) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and it includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Resolves an issue with OS X Yosemite installation in a virtual machine
  • Provides FileVault support for OS X virtual machines

This update for Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac (build 10.1.28600) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and it includes the following fixes:

  • Resolves an issue with Parallels Desktop canceling Mac shutdown
  • Resolves issues with missing shortcuts to virtual disks on the Mac desktop.
  • Resolves a number of issues with visual artifacts in Coherence
  • Resolves issues with application window focus in Coherence
  • Resolves an issue with Metro apps not launching on Windows
  • Resolves an issue with an error splitting a virtual hard disk
  • Resolves an issue with Ubuntu 12.04 crashing on restart after Parallels Tools installation
  • Resolves an issue with the NumLock key not staying ON
  • Resolves an issue with EFI boot-enabled virtual machines not starting
  • Resolves an issue with the Parallels Tools prl_tg driver failing to install
  • Resolves an issue with high CPU usage when connecting a USB device to a virtual machine
  • Resolves an issue with the Solid Edge program crashing in a virtual machine

Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac update 10.0.2 (27712) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and it includes the following fixes:

  • Resolves an issue with accidental keyboard input in Coherence
  • Resolves an issue with Parallels Tools installation in Ubuntu 14.10 virtual machines
  • Resolves an issue with distorted Windows OS native sounds when LogMeIn is installed
  • Resolves an issue with excessive CPU usage by the prl_tools_service.exe process in Boot Camp® virtual machines
  • Resolves an issue with virtual machines crashing when shutting down

Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac update 10.0.1 (27695) improves the stability and compatibility, and it includes the following fixes:

  • Ready for OS X Yosemite (10.10)
  • Battery life is now extended by up to 30%
  • Windows documents now open up to 48% faster
  • Mac Memory Management optimization means virtual machines use 10% less Mac memory
  • Real-time virtual disk optimization means your virtual disk is automatically compacted while you work, so it takes only as much space on your hard disk as it really needs.

Download Parallels Desktop® 10 for Mac here


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