Parallels is introducing and update to its virtual machine application. That allows permission to install Windows 10 who used Mac computers with M1 chip with ARM architecture. Parallels Desktop 16.5v compulsory native support to run the ARM version of Windows 10. With M1 chips, apples latest decision is not support Boot Camp Assistant on M1 Macs.
The latest version of Parallels desktop for mac computers now permission grants to run windows 10. ARM applications or traditional applications side by side with Mac on Big Sur. There are some limitations on Windows 10 on ARM architecture. That emulation is cool any way.
Parallels desktop developer Corel says there is an impressive performance and energy consumption with battery improvements for laptop users. As developers says parallels 16.5v can 250 percent less energy. It’s higher value of M1 Macs than previous and Intel based Macs.
There also performed 60 percent of better DirectX 11 performance. And also up to 30 percent of better performance with all performance running the M1 ARM version of Windows 10 on parallels.
The biggest disadvantage is that you would need to run a Windows preview to make it work. Microsoft currently only licenses the Windows 10 Arm edition to PC manufacturers. So it has not been possible to purchase a copy yet. A Windows 10 preview build is available from the Microsoft Windows Insider webpage and can be downloaded on the Arm Preview build.