You Could Run Windows Apps on ChromeOS this Fall!

When Google teased Parallels coming to ChromeOS, we didn’t have much of a clue what it’s about and what it can do. But today, Parallels announced quite a few things on its website telling how we can run Windows Apps on ChromeOS, and here’s what we concluded from that.

For those who have no idea what Parallels is, it’s an enterprise solution for companies that want multiple operating systems in a single server. No this is not dual boot.

In its post, Parallels explained how you could be able to run a full Windows virtual machine on ChromeOS PC even without internet.

Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise will make it simple for IT administrators to provision Chromebooks with Windows virtual machines and the required full-featured Windows applications employees need to run,” said Nick Dobrovolsiky, Parallels Senior Vice President of Engineering and Customer Support. “IT admins will be able to easily manage familiar automated corporate Windows image deployments they prepare, provision, and automatically provide to their employees. Those virtual machines are fully capable Windows installations; admins can install applications, manage them remotely, and support users with familiar tools—just like they do with physical Windows PCs.”

Parallel upon its partnership with Google.
Windows Apps on ChromeOS

In addition to running Windows Apps on ChromeOS, Parallels also enables Chromebook, Android, iOS, PC, and Mac devices to access and run full-featured apps on virtual Windows desktops.

Karthik Mudaliar
Karthik Mudaliar
Karthik Mudaliar is a Computer Science student, who loves to write about science and technology. In his free time, you will find him reading finance books or scrolling Twitter. Feel free to contact him on any of the social media below or email him at [email protected]

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