By TechThop Team
Posted on: 01 Aug, 2022
In a new update to VMware's VMware Fusion virtualization software, Windows 11 running on Intel-based computers and even Apple Silicon-powered Macs are now supported.
In addition to being a free tech preview, the new version will assist Mac users running Windows 11.
According to VMware, Fusion's ability to run Windows 11 on Macs has been in development for quite some time, and it comes with several new features and updates.
This can also be used by other virtual machines (VMs). A virtual machine is a software program that simulates one operating system on another; in this case, it's Microsoft's Windows 11 on an Apple Mac.
Since it supports rapid encryption, it can be used on any virtual machine. An upgraded virtual TPM (Trusted Platform Module) with fast encryption, key autogeneration, and key storage via Keychain is included.
Encrypting only critical files increases the speed of VMs while maintaining the security of the stored data. With VMware's Fusion software, Macs with Intel or Apple Silicon processors can be installed using a single '.dmg' file.
There is a download link for the VMware Fusion update available on the company's website. Even though the news is exciting and joyful, it also raises certain concerns.
VMware emphasizes that this version is still a 'work in progress and therefore introduces some limitations.
The tool does not support macOS virtual machines, Ubuntu 20.04.4 or 22.04 for arm64, or virtual machines of various architectures (for example, x86 64 VMs on M1 Macs).
In spite of this, the business wants to upgrade Fusion and fix each of these problems. Towards the end of this year, we are expecting to see a proper release of the application.
Source: techno sports
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