VMware said it has no plan to support windows virtual machines Within M1 Macsat least for now.
The virtualization giant shared the progress of the VMware Fusion product for the M1 Mac in a blog post this week, adding that a public technical preview is scheduled to be released “before the end of this year.”
Surprisingly, VMware reveals this in the post Windows 10 is a second priority behind it Linux Currently, the company is “laser focused” to make using Arm Linux VMs on Apple silicon a pleasure.
VMware’s stance, the company explains in the publication, relates to the license terms of the Windows 10 ARM product.
After reading the license terms through VMware, Insider builds of Windows 10 ARM can only be installed on systems that are running a licensed version of Windows 10 that is not currently available on Apple hardware.
In addition, the company argues that Microsoft does not currently license Windows 10 ARM for …