Parallels Desktop 16.5 for Macs now lets M1 and Intel-powered Macs run native code to run Windows 10 at "native speeds on Macs with a seamless experience loved by millions".
Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac now takes advantage of Apple's Metal API for graphics with dramatic improvements to DirectX 11, bringing what Parallels describes as "exceptional speed, graphics and value" to users, supporting Catalina, Sidecar, full Pencil integration and more.
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