VMware has been a popular virtualization application for years, and the Mac version is helpful for running Windows software on Apple computers. VMWare is still testing support for Apple’s new M1 or M2 (Apple Silicon) chipsets, and now Windows 11 is supported.
VMware on Thursday released a tech preview for the Mac version of Fusion, which works similarly to Parallels Desktop. This is the first version of VMware that can run Windows 11 on both Intel and Silicon-based Mac computers without any hacks or workarounds thanks to a new virtual TPM module. VMware also now offers early graphics drivers for Windows on ARM, so 4K and higher resolutions should work – but don’t expect demanding games.
VMware is also improving Linux support on Apple Silicon Macs. The company said in a blog post, “By collaborating with the communities of various operating systems and open source open source projects such as Mesa, Linux, as well as our own open VM tools, we have many…