Parallels Gets Release Candidate 2, New Features

Our favorite Windows on Mac virtualization software just got a second Release Candidate, adding loads of pretty awesome features make your Windows actually run like Windows.

Among them are full USB 2.0 support, which means you can use your Zune on your Mac with abandon, iSight support, so you can video-chat it up in XP, improved memory usage, sharing a Boot Camp partition, and better Coherence support.

That last part means you can actually add Windows apps to your dock, and if Parallels isn't running when you launch the app, it'll start up automagically for you.

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