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. https://www.parallels.com/blogs/parallels-desktop-for-windows/
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YOU SHOULD MAKE PARALLELS DESKTOP FOR WINDOWS
The long answer is I have been involved with three different efforts to create a virtualization product for Windows desktops Connectix Virtual PC for Windows, Microsoft Virtual PC also known as Windows Virtual PC, and Parallels Workstation for Windows also known as Parallels Workstation Extreme All of these products worked well and did exactly what you would expect a desktop virtualization app to do: run another operating system (OS) in a window on your computer. They all had the integration features you would expect: drag and drop from one OS to another, run applications in the virtualized OS, use the network connection of your computer to give the virtualized OS a network connection, and more. KURT SCHMUCKER READ MORE