There’s good news for users who still need to run Windows for legacy enterprise apps — Parallels Desktop for Mac now officially works on Arm versions of Windows 11 on M3 Macs.
Recently updated, Parallels was the first solution Microsoft authorized to run Windows on M1 and M2 Macs; that official support has now been extended to Macs with the latest Apple Silicon processors.
Who is using this?
The ability to run Windows on Macs is clearly good news for enterprise professionals who might still need to dip into Windows. The support also means Apple now offers developers the perfect software development machine. We know developers and spatial computing pioneers are already making extensive use of the M3 MacBook Pro, but it looks like they can achieve even more on those machines.