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How to Switch Between Mac and Windows on Parallels Desktop when you are in the view mode – Window Mode.
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Set How Windows Works with macOS
Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac allows you to work seamlessly between Windows and macOS. For
example, you can cut and paste text, and share files, between the two.There are a number of ways that you can set the level of integration between Windows and macOS. For example, you may want your Windows applications to behave just like Mac applications, appearing side-by-side with them on the Mac desktop. Or you may wish to keep the Windows desktop and applications in a separate window.
►Merge Windows and macOS
You can set Windows and macOS to work seamlessly together, as if they were part of a single operating system. In this mode, called Coherence mode, Windows applications appear on the Mac desktop next to your Mac applications, and documents from Windows applications and Mac applications are stored in the same folders.
►Set Windows to Appear in a Single Window
You can set the Windows and applications to appear together in their own window.
To switch to Window mode from Coherence mode, do one of the following:
• Click the Parallels icon in the menu bar, then choose View — Exit Coherence
If the Parallels Desktop menus are available in the Mac menu bar, click View — Exit Coherence.
To switch to Window mode from Full Screen mode, do one of the following:
• Press Command-Control-F.
• Move the pointer to the top of the screen until the macOS menu bar appears and click View — Exit Full Screen. If you’re using Full Screen optimized for games, press Control-Option (Alt) to
display the Mac menu bar.
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