To install Windows on the Apple Silicon processor Macs, you need to install Parallels Desktop software. WMware Fusion’s latest update allows Apple Silicon Macs to install Windows 11.
The virtualization program WMware has released the update that brings Windows 11 support to Apple Silicon chip Macs. With the WMware Fusion 22h2 version, the obligation to use parallels desktop has been lifted.
Popular virtualization application WMware’s Mac version is one of the options for users who want to install Windows on a Mac computer. WMware is still testing the support for Apple’s new M1 and M2 chips (Apple Silicon) and is now supported by Windows 11.
Parallels Desktop 17 allows users to run Windows 11 on Mac; Now there is another option: WMware Fusion. The technical preview for Fusion’s Mac version offers a similar experience to Parallels Desktop.
The new virtual TPM module makes it possible to run Windows 11 without any hacking on both Intel and Silicone Processor Mac computers. WMware now offers graphics card drivers for Windows ARM-based computers; However, this does not mean that high -system -needed games will be played very easily.
The new version of the WMware Fusion for Mac has the same limitation as Parallels; The operating system designed for different processor architectures has a problem. This means that you are limited to ARM Windows and Arm Linux as Apple Silicone Chip Mac users. Old Intel processor Macs offer more options for operating systems. WMware also does not still support macOS virtual machines.
WMware Fusion will be available for free during the test process. The WMware Fusion technical preview version can be downloaded from the WMware site.