If you are a Mac user, chances are there is some Windows application that you have to run. The solution for many is to run virtualization software such as Parallels or VMware. Both have announced new versions for the Mac OS. Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac is available now. VMware Fusion 10 for Mac and Workstation 14 for Windows and Linux will be available in October. Both products are adding support for the new MacBook Pro's Touch Bar.
According to ars Technica, "For people who need to run Windows or Linux on more than one Mac, the VMware pricing is better. A Parallels Desktop 13 license for one Mac costs $79.99 as a one-time purchase. That gets you the entry-level edition; Parallels' professional edition with extra features is licensed as a subscription costing $99.99 a year for each Mac. Customers upgrading from version 11 or 12 can get a perpetual license for a one-time charge of $49.99 or the subscription for $49.99 a year."
I am a big fan of VMware and would suggest you look at its products first.
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