In order to facilitate Mac users to install Win10, Apple provides BootCamp (boot conversion assistant), and has a veryDetailed official tutorial.
However, BootCamp only supports Intel processor Macs, and the newly released and highly acclaimed M1 processor Macs were excluded.
Although there are already some methods to install Win10 virtually on M1 Mac, they are either complicated or poor experience.
A few days ago, the well-known simulation tool Parallels announced that the latest Parallels Desktop 16.5 has realized native support for the localization of the M1 processor, claiming to provide the best Windows 10 on ARM effect.
The official data is that after M1 Mac is configured with Win10 under Parallels,The performance is 30% higher than the core i9-8950HK processor MBP virtual machine Win10, and the DX11 performance is 60% higher than the MBP equipped with Radeon Pro 555X.
After installing Win10, “Rocket League”, “Among Us”, “The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim”, and “Roblox” are all OK.
It is reported that Parallels Desktop 16.5 is priced at US$100 and can be bought out at one time.