It has just been seven days since Microsoft uncovered the new Windows 11 OS to the world, and Parallels is as of now dealing with carrying the new OS to Macs. In a report on iMore, Parallels recognized that its group is doing “all that could be within reach” to carry Windows 11 to macOS.
Parallels SVP of Engineering and Support Nick Dobrovolskiy said, “Since Windows 11 has just been announced recently, the Parallels Engineering team is waiting for the official Windows 11 Insider Preview build to start studying changes introduced in the new OS to deliver full compatibility in future Parallels Desktop updates.”
Equals, which carried Windows 10 help to M1 Macs running macOS Big Sur, is presently in form 16 and is currently chipping away at an update to advance the work area for the macOS Monterey beta “to ensure full compatibility as soon as it’s released.”
The product was refreshed this previous April to variant 16.5 to further develop execution on M1-fueled Macs. Equals currently utilize 250% less energy, has up to 60% better Direct X execution, and flaunts 30% preferred virtual machine execution over a Windows 10 VM running on Intel-based MacBook Pro with an Intel Core i9 CPU.
Apple affirmed that the transition to Apple silicon would push clients to utilize virtualization instruments like Parallels. Equals says it has more than 7 million clients utilizing its virtual machine item.