Parallels 17.1 Released with macOS Monterey and Windows 11 SupportSoftpedia News Bogdan Popa
Microsoft has updated the system requirements for Windows 11, and this has caused quite a confusion in its very own userbase, with some users expressing their frustration online for not being able to run the new operating system even on fully capable hardware.
One of the main requirements is TPM 2.0, and this made it more challenging for virtualization software to run Windows 11 as well.
The latest version of Parallels finally adds full support for Windows 11, therefore allowing Apple users to install the new operating system on their devices in a very straightforward manner.
At the same time, Parallels 17.1 also adds macOS Monterey support for Apple M1 devices. M1 is Apple’s first-generation silicon based on a custom ARM architecture.
“Final changes to the system requirements for Windows 11 require a computer, both physical and virtual, with a TPM chip installed. Considering that virtual machines “will continue to work as long as the hardware requirements are me… (read more)
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