Virtualization software Parallels Desktop which allows you to run Windows on Mac with macOS has released its new version Parallels Desktop 15 which the company says can run Windows Games and Applications with ease than previous versions of the software.
The new version of the software comes with DirectX 11 with Apple Metal Engine which means it can render 3D graphics up to 15 percent faster. As reported by MacRumours the software also adds support for new Catalina’s upcoming Sidecar feature, as well as improved drag and drop and Apple Pencil support.
In the present, no Virtualization software is able to match the performance of games as we see natively, but it’s noteworthy that the new version of the software is able to open Microsoft Office apps up to 80 percent faster, and it also supports a wider range of non-gaming applications including Autodesk 3ds Max 2020.
Games: Madden NFL 19, Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, Anno 2205, Railway Empire, Space Engineers, Frostpunk, Risk of Rain 2 and many more.
It requires users to be running the current version of the macOS Mojave and Catalina-specific features are to be rolled out when the new macOS will be released by Apple.
Parallels Desktop 15 is available for a one-time cost of $99.99, or you can subscribe to the Pro or Business features for $99 a year. If you have an older version of the software you can upgrade for $49.99.
Complete details of the new version of the software can be read here.