Tip of the Week: Parallels Desktop 3.0 for Mac


If you use Parallels Desktop 3.0 to run Windows on your Mac, you probably configured your system to automatically launch Windows once you click the Parallels shortcut on the Dock or desktop. There may be times, however, when you need to tweak or troubleshoot your Parallels settings. To bypass auto-launch and bring up the VM configuration screen at startup, hold down the Command key when you open Parallels.

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