Yeah, the VM is configured correctly, with all of them set to "Open in Mac". I am an administrator account, and I did have "Share Mac applications with Windows" checked. Sharing Windows applications with Mac should not be necessary (in fact, neither should be with the "Open in Mac" option being available), but I enabled it anyway and that did not make any difference. However after toggling both, I reinstalled Parallels Tools, which did make them show up, but while Safari is now an option for .url, Chrome is not (and neither is Firefox, which I also have installed on OS X): And while "use Safari" would not actually be an acceptable answer to the problem, I tried setting it to that anyway just for testing purposes, and it didn't actually make any difference - links still opened with Edge after a restart. Look, I do appreciate your help in trying to get this fixed, but what it comes down to is that the "Open in Mac" for web and email links is supposed to do exactly what I'm asking of it (and it did, prior to being broken in as of Windows 10 Anniversary Update). And if Parallels will not fix it, then it leaves an extremely bad taste in my mouth, especially since it appears to have also affected Parallels 12, and they did in fact update that. That gives the impression that they will only support each version for barely a year and drop it as soon as a new version is released, and if that's the case, I don't think I will stick with using Parallels anymore, despite having used it since 8.