MacBooks with M1 chip will run Windows 10 software — here’s what we know

Apple’s new MacBook Air (2020, M1) and MacBook Pro with M1 chip look amazing, but one ability they lose versus their predecessors is support for Boot Camp and the ability to run Windows 10 natively.

While there is a sliver of hope this could someday return, a much more immediate reprieve is coming for those eyeing the new MacBooks who need support for Windows 10 software. It comes in the form of an update for Parallels Desktop for Mac (via TechRadar). 


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