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Hi was considering purchasing parallels but wondered if anyone could tell me the difference between the standard and the academic apart from the price?
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Hi was considering purchasing parallels but wondered if anyone could tell me the difference between the standard and the academic apart from the price?
That's the only difference besides needing to meet the requirements to purchase the academic version.

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Do a Google search or read through the Help section of Parallel's website.

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