Windows 10 on the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro without tambourine dancing and headaches? Now it is possible

Windows 10 on the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro without tambourine dancing and headaches? Now it is possible

Until recently, installing Windows 10 on Arm on new MacBooks and MacBook Pros was not easy, but now it has become easier: Parallelas announced that its virtualization tool Parallels Desktop 16 has gained support for the Apple M1 SoC. The company notes that the software uses “a new virtualization engine using hardware virtualization based on Apple’s M1 chips.”

M1 support has been implemented in Parallels 16 Technology Preview Beta 1. The description notes a number of features. For example, the software does not support installation and running through an OS virtual machine for x86 processors. Also Arm32 apps don’t work.

From this it follows that you will not be able to install the regular version of Windows 10 on Mac computers based on M1 – you will need to download Windows 10 on Arm. Users who have already experienced the new way of installing Windows 10 on their MacBook Air or MacBook Pro found it simple and smooth.

Windows 10 on the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro without tambourine dancing and headaches? Now it is possible

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