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Windows is coming to Chromebooks as Google partners with Parallels

Parallels has long been known for making it easy to run Windows apps on your Mac. Now the company has partnered with Google to bring Windows apps to another major platform: Chrome OS. Or at least, the enterprise version of Chrome. Parallels says its Google partnership will allow you to run “full-featured Windows...
Parallels has long been known for making it easy to run Windows apps on your Mac. Now the company has partnered with Google to bring Windows apps to another major platform: Chrome OS. Or at least, the enterprise version of Chrome. Parallels says its Google partnership will allow you to run “full-featured Windows apps, including Microsoft Office” on Chromebook Enterprise devices. Parallels also emphasizes its software will enable collaborative remote work with Windows apps, whatever that means. The press release is scarce on details, but it’s potentially a game-changer for businesses that have opted to deploy the sprightly Chrome OS… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows,Google
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