The latest development versions of Parallels Desktop for Mac added support for USB 2.0 devices, support for Boot Camp partitions, and Consistency mode, allowing Windows applications to run without having to “see” the interface Windows’ own.
Beta 3 does not include any new features, according to Parallels, but instead takes care of “polishing several of the features available” and which were introduced in the first beta. Consistency mode works smoother by displaying all windows correctly. The functional USB support allows you to use a wider range of devices, including GPS units.
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