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The fastest Windows PC is now a Mac — here’s why – Tom’s Guide

Get the Windows 10 experience at M1 MacBook speeds



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Parallels is rolling out an update to its Parallels Desktop virtual machine software that lets users install Windows 10 on Macs using Apple’s ARM-based M1 chips. Parallels Desktop 16.5 for Mac enables Windows 10 ARM Insider Preview to be run inside a virtual machine at the native speeds of M1 Macs.
It’s great news for Windows devotees, who have come up short during Apples transition from Intel x86 processors to its own ARM-based silicon, as seen in the latest MacBook Pro and MacBook Air with M1.

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