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With to­day’s em­pha­sis on power sav­ing fea­tures, most of the time your com­puter would be asleep when you are away. Now, you can wake your com­puter re­motely via Par­al­lels Ac­cess when cer­tain set­tings are en­abled, such as Power Nap (Mac) and In­tel Smart Con­nect (Win­dows). With Power Nap ac­tive, you can wake up your MacBook even if the lid is closed, as long as it is con­nected to a power source.

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