Parallels Desktop 17 now allows Windows 11 to operate on Apple’s latest M1 Macs.On a Mac, Parallels Desktop 17 runs Windows.
Parallels. In Coherence mode, you may now drag and drop between Mac and Windows applications. Parallels. M1 devices are now supported by the Visual Studio plugin for Parallels Pro.
Parallels supports both Intel and M1 Macs, and for those who can’t wait, it can even run the Windows 11 preview.
Users can now use the Windows with MacOS (Monterey, Big Sur, and Catalina) and run any Windows 11 software without any problems.
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There is, however, a catch for individuals who use Arm-based machines. Because M1 Macs use an ARM processor, you’ll be able to simulate only Arm-based operating systems, which means you’ll be limited to Windows on Arm.
The regular edition of Parallels Desktop 17 costs $79.99 per year, while the Pro and Business Editions cost $99.99 per year.