If you want to run Windows on a macOS-based system, say no more. Parallels for Mac is the solution you are looking for.
The virtualization solution provider confirmed on Thursday that they plan to make Parallel’s Windows 11 compatible. However, it is still unclear if the updated version of Parallels will be available.
In a statement to iMore, the company gave us an estimated timeframe while mentioning a certain date or month. The company said that it “will surely do everything possible to make it happen.”
According to Nick Dobrovolskiy, Parallel’s SVP of engineering and support,
Since Windows 11 has just been announced recently, the Parallels Engineering team is waiting for the official Windows 11 Insider Preview build to start studying changes introduced in the new OS to deliver full compatibility in future Parallels Desktop updates
Microsoft unveiled Windows 11 last week. The new version of Windows brings in several changes such as native Android app support, Teams integration, a new user interface, and much more.
Parallels was last updated in May and included support for Apple’s M1 chip. Keep in mind that the entire software developed with Big Sur my mind. It may be the case that Parallel is already making it compatible with macOS Monterey.
Currently, you can also use Boot Camp to run Windows on a Mac. Once Apple makes the switch to its own processor, that won’t be possible due to the security mechanisms used by the company.