Parallels 17 has lately arrived for Mac Silicon and Intel customers, with macOS Monterey and Home windows 11 native help headlining the replace.
At the moment, solely Home windows 10 and 11 Insider Previews are allowed on an M1 Mac, with a promise of virtualization for Home windows 11 when it’s formally launched to the general public. Parallels 17 can run Linux and Home windows on each Intel and M1 programs as much as 38 p.c quicker in comparison with the final iteration, and a 25% and 6x enchancment on 2D graphics and OpenGL processing efficiency.
These working M1 chip computer systems can see a 33% quicker bootup in Home windows, and 28% and 20% quicker DirectX 11 and disk efficiency on Home windows 10 Insider Preview. M1 customers ought to be capable to use Safe Boot and BitLocker by way of virtualized Trusted Platform Module. The complete patch notes can be found to view on the official Parallels website.
Parallels is providing a free trial to their software program. In any other case, it’s $79.99 yearly for traditional version and $99.99 yearly for enterprise version.