Parallels Desktop 8.0.18314
Improving support for Windows 8, Parallels Desktop has been updated to version 8.0.18314 with full-speed support for USB 3.0 devices, easier access to Mac OS X applications from the Windows 8 Start Screen, the capability to launch Windows 8 applications from the shared applications folder in the Dock, and support for the Windows 8 single-finger swipe gesture to display the application menu, list of running applications, and Charm Bar. The update also adds download access to Kaspersky Internet Security 2013 from within Parallels Desktop and improves the visual process of switching Windows to Coherence. Additionally, you can now assign up to 16 GB of memory to a single virtual
machine and support has been added for Windows Server 2012. ($79.99 new, $49.99 upgrade, free update, 343 MB, release notes)
What kind of software development environment and process leads companies to number releases with numbers like 8.0.18314? If they simply restricted their releases to once per day and numbers to year-month-day, as in 20121105, almost anyone could determine how recent a given release was(is).
Maybe it's the number of minutes since the last stable build. :-)