From the press release:
New Tools in Parallels Toolbox 3.5 for Mac:
– Clipboard History: Captures what is copied to the Mac clipboard, including plain and formatted text. It also offers full-text search, favorites and settings to gather content for up to 30 days. You can also pause the collection or exclude applications so that users can further customize the tool.
̵1; Hide menu icons: Allows users to hide some icons from the Mac menu bar by creating two sets of menu bar icons, visible and invisible. Less important icons will only be visible when the user clicks on the tool's control in the Mac menu bar. Hidden icons automatically hide when the user returns to working with applications from the control menu.
– Energy Saver: Enables multiple settings, including hidden ones, that reduce the use of system resources and increase battery life, saving up to eight percent in power consumption. It automatically detects the state of the computer when running on battery and activates options for users to enable or disable.
– Sleep Timer: Allows you to set a timer for your computer to either sleep or turn off the moment you press "Start" and help you save energy. Time options vary from 15 minutes to six hours.
New improved versions of existing tools in Parallels Toolbox for Mac:
– Clean Drive: Users can now see files that will be deleted, with the ability to find them in the Finder for better transparency.
– Find duplicates: Ability to select multiple duplicates to achieve better overall size representation and simplify sorting options.
Parallels Toolbox adds a drop-down menu to the macOS menu bar with a collection of tools and shortcuts that simplify common tasks for just a click or two, such as taking screenshots, resizing images, hiding your desktop, recording audio, changing resolutions , create password-protected files with files and more.
Parallels Toolbox for Mac is priced at $ 19.99 per year for new users. The annual subscription includes free updates with new and improved tools as they become available over time, such as this version 3.5 update.
Note that although Parallels is best known for its virtualization software that enables Windows and Linux to run within macOS, the Toolbox software can be used naturally on any compatible Mac or Windows PC.