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How to set up 3D acceleration for Parallels Desktop

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In this article.Parallels DesktopThis section describes how to set up 3D acceleration in a virtual machine.

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How to set up 3D acceleration on a Parallels Desktop virtual machine

Step 1: Launch the Parallels Desktop application

Click the Parallels icon on the Mac menu bar and select "Control Center.

The Parallels Desktop Control Center appears.

Step 2: Click on the [gear] icon

Installed virtual machines are shown here.

Once launched, the Control Center will appear. Click on the [gear] icon of the virtual machine whose hard disk space you wish to change.

Step 3: Click on "Hardware

Click on "Hardware" at the top of the settings window.

Click [Graphics] in the left menu.

Click on "Graphics" in the left menu.

Click the [Lock(key)] icon in the lower left corner of the screen.

Click the [Lock (key)] icon in the lower left corner of the screen to change the setting.

Enter [Password] and click [OK].

[Click on the "Lock" icon and a pop-up window will appear saying "Parallels Desktop is about to make a change...". Enter the [Password] and click [OK].

Click [Advanced Settings

[Click on "Advanced Settings.

Select [3D Acceleration] and click [DirectX 10

[Select "3D Acceleration" and click "DirectX 10.

Click the [Lock] icon.

Click on [DirectX 10], then click on the [lock] icon.

This completes the 3D acceleration setup.

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In this article.Parallels DesktopHow to set up 3D acceleration in a virtual machine was explained.

Parallelsschool (e.g. of ikebana)Completely free trial versionis available for a risk-free trial.

Parallels also offers discount campaigns from time to time.For the latest discount information on Parallels, please visit the official website atPlease check it out from the following page.

↓arrow (mark or symbol)

Click here for the official Parallels website
*Free trial is also available here.

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