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For under $80, run Windows seamlessly on your Mac with Parallels PC

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Who’s funnier—Siri or Cortana? It may be a contest you’ll never be able to judge as your allegiance lies with Mac. But by installing Parallels PC on that Mac of yours, you can run most Windows apps, setting the stage for a voice assistant joke-off.

If you’re a tried and true Mac user, from your iPhone to your MacBook, from your iPad to your Apple Watch, we know that switching operating systems is not likely in your cards. But it does seem that there are some applications that just run better, or are only available using Windows. Popular programs such as Microsoft Office, Visual Studio, Quickbooks, Internet Explorer, and so many more can now easily be run on your MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac mini, or Mac Pro thanks to this emulation software.

Trusted by more than 7 million users and praised by experts, Parallels PC is easy to install and allows you to effortlessly run more than 200,000 Windows apps on your Mac without rebooting or slowing down your computer. You can run both operating systems side-by-side and even share files and folder, copy and paste images and text, and drag and drop files and content between the two of them.

How to Run Windows on Mac with Parallels Desktop–New version Ready for macOS Monterey and Windows 11

This deal offers the latest version of Parallels PC. Optimized for Windows 10 and 11, and macOS Monterey, Version 17 is faster and smoother than ever. Winner of PC Magazine’s 2021 Editor’s Choice award for virtualization software, a 1-year subscription can be yours for only $79.99, a 20% discount off the suggested retail price.

And once you have it up and running, the Siri/Cortana competition can begin. Here’s a question that provides a bit of an ironic twist. Ask them both what the best computer is. Siri: "All truly intelligent assistants prefer Macintosh." Cortana: "Anything that runs Windows." Looks like you’ll be a winner with both!

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