Running Windows 10 on a Parallels virtual machine (VM) has been a great way to bring Windows compatibility to the Macs. However, the new M1 Macs have had issues with this, notably it simply doesn’t work.
Luckily, Parallels have just released an updated version of their software allowing you to run ARM based versions of Windows 10.
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02:09 Launching Windows 10 via Parallels
03:06 CPU and RAM Usage
04:10 Geekbench Results
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