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3 Drag the language you want to the top of the list. If you don't see the language you want to use in the list, click the Add button . 4 Open Parallels Desktop. If the primary language you chose is supported by Parallels Desktop, the menus and interface text appear in that language. If the primary language you selected isn't supported, menus appear in the first language listed that Parallels Desktop supports.
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There are a few ways to get Windows up and running on your Mac: Install Windows (p. 18) Import your data from a Windows PC (p. 20) Use Windows that you already have installed from a Boot Camp partition (p. 28) Import Windows from a previous version of Parallels Desktop or other virtualization software (p. 30) In This Chapter Install Windows ....................................................................................................... 18 Import Your Data from a PC .................................................................................... 20 Use Boot Camp with Parallels Desktop .................................................................... 28 Import from an Earlier Parallels Desktop or Other Virtualization Application ............... 30 Download and Install Windows From Microsoft ........................................................ 30 Get Windows from IT .............................................................................................. 31 Install Windows If you have a Windows installation source (a DVD disc, an image file, or a USB storage) and a valid Windows product key, you can install Windows on your Mac and use it with Parallels Desktop. To install Windows: 1 Open Parallels Desktop (in the Applications folder) and choose File > New . 2 If you have a Windows installation disc, insert it into the DVD drive. If you have a USB storage with Windows, connect the storage to the Mac. 3 Click Install Windows or another OS from a DVD or image file . 4 Parallels Desktop scans for and lists installable operating systems. If you see the version of Windows you want to install, select it and do one of the following: If you want Parallels Desktop to install Windows automatically, click Continue and go to step 6. If you want to install Windows manually, select Install operating system manually in the left bottom corner of the window, click Continue and go to step 7. C H A P T E R 3 Install or Import Windows
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19 Install or Import Windows 5 If the Windows installation source didn't show up automatically in Step 4, click Choose Manually to browse for it manually. You can browse from the following sources: DVD: If you have a Windows DVD, insert it into the DVD drive. Once Windows is detected, click Continue . If your Mac doesn't have a DVD drive, you can use an Apple SuperDrive, another Mac's DVD drive via Remote Disc, or make an image from the disc. Image File: If you have a Windows image file, click Image File and drag the image to the Parallels Installation Assistant window. Once Windows is detected, click Continue . USB Drive: If you have a bootable USB installer with Windows, click USB Drive and connect the drive to the Mac. Once Windows is detected, click Continue . Note: Parallels Desktop may fail to detect some operating systems (for example, the latest Linux distributions). If this happens but you're sure that the operating system can be installed, click Continue , specify the OS type manually (if it's not listed, choose Other ), and follow the onscreen instructions.
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