The Release Candidate of Parallels VM Compressor - formerly known as Compactor - is now available for download. You can get your copy at the Parallels Compressor Download Center. I'm sure you're asking two questions: What's new, and what's with the name change? I'll answer below: 1) What's new in the Release Candidate? Added uninstall feature for primary Mac OS X Added /r command line key to register product from the command line VM Compressor now posts an event to guest Windows Application event log upon finishing its work Changed logic of checking administrator's rights VM Compressor no longer removes pictures from My Accounts Changed message which appears if Parallels VM Compressor is not activated or license key is expired Fixed the problem with Windows File Protection message Users are now able to add or remove tasks by clicking on the task itself or its checkbox IMPORTANT: The Parallels VM Compactor folder is not automatically deleted on Linux or Mac OS X primary OSes. You may delete it manually. IMPORTANT: If you are a Mac user, your license key will be deleted when you upgrade to Parallels VM Compressor RC. You will need to re-input it to activate the product. Hit the "My Account" section of the website if you need to be re-sent your key. 2) What's with the name change? After a long internal discussion and a lot of great user feedback, we decided that Compressor was a much more appropriate name than Compactor. When most people hear the word "compactor", they think of a trash compactor. And, while your VM may have a ton of garbage in it (I know mine do!), its not the image we were trying to conjure, so, Compressor it is!