Have a Mac and Need to Run Windows Software? Get Parallels!

August 22, 2015

The question comes often from users with a Mac. When will Corel release a version of CorelDRAW that runs natively on a Mac? I’ve said over and over that it isn’t likely to happen. The simple reason is that it would not be a profitable endeavor and Mac users can already run CorelDRAW if they use a Windows emulator.

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One of the best emulators is Parallels Desktop and they’ve just released a new version that supports Windows 10, Microsoft Cortana and OS X El Capitan. If you need to run CorelDRAW or some other Windows software on a Mac, you should seriously consider getting Parallels.
Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac

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