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In Windows on a Mac on December 1, 2006 at 12:56 pm

“Another major enhancement in the new version — labeled Parallels Desktop for Mac Beta Build 3036 — will allow a pre-installed Apple Boot Camp partition with Windows XP to be used as a virtual hard disk drive. Users of the software will be able to boot from that Boot Camp partition directly from within Parallels Desktop, forgoing a restart,” Lane reports.

Lane reports, “Another long awaited feature slated to make its debut is ‘seamless drag-and-drop’ of files and folders between Windows and Max OS X. Along the same lines, a feature called ‘coherency,’ will display Windows applications as if they were Mac ones.”

MacDailyNews | Parallels preps major update to Desktop for Mac virtualization software with Boot Camp support

Ohhhh, man! I going to have to reinstall XP on Boot Camp. Sure, it’s work but it’s worth it for this! Daaang, thoes are nice features!

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