Name: Parallels Desktop Version: 11.1.1 (32312) Mac Platform: Intel Includes: Pre-K'ed OS version: OS X 10.6 or later Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor RAM minimum: 2 GB This update for Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac 11.1.1 (32312) addresses overall stability and performance issues, and includes the following fixes: Resolves an issue with Boot Camp virtual machines not booting, and instead showing Windows recovery options. Resolves an issue with a mouse cursor looking corrupted when Retina settings are applied to an external display. Resolves an issue with not being able to mount an NTFS drive in Mac OS X when Parallels Desktop is running. Resolves an issue with Ubuntu 15.10 not working in Coherence. Resolves an issue with Microsoft Outlook crashing in Windows after opening an Outlook file from OS X. Resolves an issue with incorrect display arrangement when switching to a virtual machine working in Full Screen on multiple displays. Resolves an issue with Parallels Desktop crashing after quitting a virtual machine in Full Screen while another virtual machine is running. Resolves an issue with virtual machines hanging when removing a snapshot. Resolves an issue with the screen blinking after Parallels Tools are installed in Fedora 23. Parallels Desktop Parallels Desktop is simply the world's bestselling, top-rated, and most trusted solution for running Windows applications on your Mac. With Parallels Desktop for Mac, you can seamlessly run both Windows and Mac OS X applications side-by-side without rebooting. Drag-and-drop files between Windows and Mac applications, launch Windows applications from your Mac dock, and do much more with speed, control and confidence. Seamless Simplicity Use Run Windows programs like they were native to your Mac. Setting up Parallels Desktop for Mac is simple and quick. Enjoy the best of both worlds - Windows and Mac OS X - on one seamless desktop. Performance and Personalization Experience as much or as little Windows as you want. Multiple view modes make it possible for you to customize the level of integration between Mac and Windows without compromising performance.