It’s been macOS Mojave week here at 9to5Mac. Between the actual OS update and all the apps, I’ve been busy updating everything. Since I’ve been running the beta since version 1, I feel like I am finally getting my stable macOS lifestyle back!

One of the apps I reviewed back in August was Parallels 14. Yesterday, 14.0.1 was released with full compatibility and bug fixes for macOS Mojave. In version 14, Parallels Desktop focused on a few key areas: optimizing storage of your guest virtual machines, support for more Windows applications, pro features for IT departments, and simplifying everyday tasks that users do between Windows and Mac.

One of the useful add-ons to Parallels is Parallels Toolbox. It’s a really handy utility app for the Mac. It has a way to download audio and video from websites, quickly lock your screen, prevent your computer from going to sleep, and much more. In all, it contains 30 useful utilities. It’s normally $20 per year, but you get it included with your purchase of Parallels.

We’ve got a handful of one-year subscription codes for Parallels Toolbox to giveaway. If you want a chance to win it, share my Parallels 14 review on Twitter and tag me (@bradleychambers) in it.

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Bradley lives in Chattanooga, TN.

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