Apple has not yet released macOS Monterey for its desktop and laptop computers, but Parallels Desktop 17.1 Already available for the upcoming operating system.The new software was released a few days earlier than Apple October 18th event, The company is expected to launch macOS Monterey and the next generation of MacBook Pro notebook computers. In addition, Parallels 17.1 improves Windows performance on Mac.
Parallels Desktop 17 virtualization software August release MacOS Monterey and Windows 11 have been generally supported on x86 and Apple Silicon Macs, but since neither of these two operating systems were officially released at the time, it is not clear how the final version of the operating system will work with the program.Parallel lines at this time Claim Now Parallels Desktop 17.1 completely Support Apple’s upcoming operating system and Windows 11. In addition, it is now possible to copy and paste between macOS Monterey and a virtual machine.
Starting Windows 11 on Apple’s Mac is tricky, because Microsoft’s latest operating system requires TPM support, which Apple’s Mac does not. To this end, Parallels must introduce default support for vTPM to provide compatibility with x86 and Apple Silicon powered Apple computers. One thing to keep in mind is that Microsoft does not officially support Apple Silicon or launch Windows 11 in a virtualized environment (at least for now).
“Knowing that Parallels Desktop plays a key role in enabling users to run the latest version of Windows on their favorite Mac devices, we have developed a simple solution to help all users upgrade to Windows 11 and enable it by default on all users vTPM. Mac device,” said Elena Koryakina, Vice President of Engineering at Parallels. “The latest version of Parallels Desktop is also based on the highest requirements of our customers, with new games and 3D integration to further enhance the user experience.”
In addition to other improvements, Parallels also mentioned graphics performance improvements for many Windows games, including (but not limited to): World of Warcraft, Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition, techyb Raider 3, Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, Horseback Riding and Hack and Slash II: Overlord, World of Tanks and Raft.
Last but not least, Parallels Desktop 17.1 adds support for VirGL in Virtio GPU to enable Linux 3D acceleration on all supported Macs.