- In Windows I see that my disk
C:\has 127 GB capacity, does it mean that the same amount of space is taken on my Macintosh HD? How do I verify that?
Parallels virtual machine takes as much disk space as you have data in your virtual machine, and it's all stored in the virtual machine's *.pvm bundle (by default virtual machines are located in
Checking a virtual machine size in Parallels Desktop
To check the size of a virtual machine go to its configuration and open the General tab.
Total size shows the amount of space occupied by the virtual machine bundle:
Checking a virtual machine size in Finder
To check the size of a virtual machine locate its virtual machine file in Finder and open its info:
Right-click on Parallels Desktop icon in Dock and select Control Center.
Right-click on the virtual machine's name and select Show in Finder.
Right-click on the virtual machine's .pvm file and select Get Info
Note: if you wish to free up some space on your Mac, please, visit this article: Free up disk space on Mac