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Parallels Desktop 18.1 fully supports Ventura and Apple M1 Ultra › jojo Reviews

With the latest version 18.1, the Parallels Desktop virtualization software is now fully compatible with macOS Ventura and Apple’s M1 Ultra processor type. In practice, the latter means that users of the software can now allocate up to 128 GB of RAM to a virtual machine running Windows.

Parallels developers have summarized all bug fixes and improvements related to the new version of their software in one support document. The main improvements for the Standard, Pro, and Business editions of Parallels Desktop are as follows:

Parallels Desktop for Mac Standard Edition

  • Improved experience on macOS Ventura when using Windows 11 in Coherence Mode with Stage Manager (new feature macOS 13).
  • Improved graphics in Windows 11 for a variety of OpenGL 3D applications and some games. For example, World of Warships, Eve Online, Optuma, ANSYS Workbench 2021, Micromine, NS-1, BobCad-Cam and ACCA Edificius.
  • Added support for CentOS Linux Stream 9 (ARM) on Mac computers with Apple M-Series chips

Parallels Desktop for Mac Pro Edition

  • With macOS Ventura, the Parallels development team has managed to provide full support for the M1 Ultra chip, with the ability to allocate up to 128 GB of RAM to a VM.

Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition

  • This update simplifies the migration process from the regular per-device license to a new per-user license with SSO/SAML integration.

Parallels Desktop is free to download for testing purposes. The full versions are offered at prices starting at 99 euros.

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