Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac was launched two weeks back on 16th August 2019 in Singapore. It brings support for macOS Catalina (10.15) and provides supports DirectX 11, 10 and 9 on Apple Metal API for improved graphics.
There are four main focus areas with Parallels Desktop 15:
Parallels 14 is macOS Mojave ready. It supports Dark Mode and Quick Actions on Quick Look for Windows files. Support for additional Mojave features are in development and will be released alongside Mojave.
The updates are based on input from customers who told Acronis that the two most common data protection problems that families face today are damaged or lost devices, and running out of disk space on their devices.
Google unveiled it’s biggest change to its logo for the first time in 16 years! The design is flatter and the font used is now Sans-Serif. I think the logo now looks younger, brighter, and more cheerful.
The blue “g” logo has also been replaced with a four-color “G” to match the new logo.
Acronis True Image Cloud
Acronis True Image Unlimited is now known as Acronis True Image Cloud and it now supports multiple devices and mobile devices. This means you can backup your Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows devices using the Acronis True Image App on the respective platforms.
Acronis True Image 2016
Acronis True Image 2015 has been replaced by Acronis True Image 2016 and it now does only local backup and recovery, making it a clear separation with Acronis True Image Cloud. One of the major new feature of True Image 2016 is the “try & decide”. This feature provides you a controlled, temporary environment to safely test new software, drivers, and system configurations.