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Parallels Desktop 17.1 adds full support for macOS Monterey and Windows 11


Parallels virtualization software has been updated to version 17 with improved performance and functionality with much needed M1-based Macs. Now the company has released Parallels Desktop 17.1, which adds full support for macOS Monterey and Windows 11. A new evolution in this important software for so many developers who need to run Windows on Apple hardware.

As we can well read in the blog dedicated to virtual execution software, the update ensures that users can run Parallels Desktop on macOS Monterey with full support. Parallels Tools has also been updated to support the latest version of macOS, which it will make Monterey run smoothly on virtual machines.

Parallels Desktop plays a critical role. Especially when it comes to allowing users to run the latest versions of Windows on their favorite Mac device today, we have developed a simple solution. Which will help all users to upgrade to Windows 11 with enabling vTPM by default on all Mac devices. The latest version of Parallels Desktop is also based on the top requests from our customers. Featuring new game and 3D integrations to further enhance the user experience.

The company has optimized the program to run even more games. They include World of Warcraft, Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition, Tomb Raider 3, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, World of Tanks, Raft, and a few more. Also, if you are running a Linux virtual machine, Parallels now supports VirGL to enable 3D acceleration.

The update is available free of charge to Parallels Desktop 17 users. Customers can buy an individual license for 80 euros. It can also be purchased through an annual subscription, for 100 euros. The good thing about subscriptions is that they provide free updates for new versions of the program.

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