A lot people love the Apple Macs but still require using the PC operating system Windows. It is possible to have both. If you require for this to run automatically on your Mac when it’s booting apply the following steps and you can have your Parallels desktop on your Apple Mac.
After loading the Parallels Desktop app click the configuration icon that is a gear icon. This is located in you Parallels Desktop Control Center. Select the options tab then click startup and shutdown in the options menu. The option of startup automatically should be offer, which allows you to select Parallels when your desktop boots up from the pull down menu. Close the Configurations dialog box. This lets you set up your virtual machine to startup automatically when the Parallels application runs.
Next you can set the Parallels desktop application to automatically run when you start the Mac. You must log in as the user who you wish to have Parallels Desktop run when it starts up. Open up your system preferences from the Apple menu, and then select Users and groups from this menu. Click the name of the user that you want Parallels to automatically run for. Click the login items tab and add button that is located at the bottom of the list. When you select the add button navigate to the applications folder so you can select Parallels desktop app and conclude by adding it. There is the option of having parallels to load in the background if you don’t want Parallels to show on the screen when it runs. To finalise this process close the users and group window and now the virtual machine you selected will automatically load and run when you log into your Mac next time.
This could be a useful way of separating your users who prefer Windows instead OS X. It also can be away of separating your work from your personal stuff on your Mac.