Parallels Desktop visualization tool users need to install a major update that brings important changes to Windows and macOS alike.
Thanks to a change in the handling of TPM, the execution of a virtualized instance of Windows 11 is now fully supported. Parallels Desktop 17.1 also supports macOS Monterey as the host operating system and improves the experience of running Monterey virtual machines on Apple M1 chips.
Although TPM support is not new in Parallels Desktop 17.1, this updated version enables the support automatically so that it does not have to be turned on manually. At first glance, this is a minor change, but it’s an important one that simplifies the user experience.
There is good news for anyone using macOS as a host or virtualized operating system, like Parallels in a. explained blog entry:
Now Parallels Desktop 17.1 users can install Parallels Tools …