Parallels Desktop is now available in Apple silicon Macs

Apple released its first Mac powered by the company’s new M1 chips and started to replace the Intel processor in MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini devices. Apple silicone Mac can emulate Mac apps that have not been completed for the ARM architecture and they run Windows virtual machine with the new technical preview version of Parallels desktop for Apple M1 chips.

The virtualization software is the easiest way to access the Windows on Mac OS Parallels desktop for Mac with Apple chips uses the Windows 10 on ARM OS for Microsoft Surface Pro X. Vice President of Product for OneDrive, SharePoint, and Microsoft list praises the technical preview of Parallels desktop for apple  M1 chips highlights its great performance on battery life.

For the new Mac computer with the Apple chips, the Parallels engineering team created a new virtualization engine that uses the Apple M1 Chip hardware-assisted virtualization can run ARM-based OS in a virtual machine. There is a difference between Intel x86 and ARM architecture so it is not possible to run an existing virtual machine with an Intel processor or create a new virtual machine with Intel x86 based OS.

Try parallels desktop 16 for Mac  M1 Mac technical preview by sign-in on this page with the parallel account and download the installation file.  The new virtualization engine doesn’t support suspending and Resuming virtual machines and there are other limitations.

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