Parallels, one of the most popular virtualization programs, has been updated to version 17 this year with improvements such as enhanced performance, virtual TPM chip support, drag and drop between macOS and Windows, and more.
The new release, which was preceded by a period of warning testing, ensures that users can use Parallels Desktop on Mac OS Monterey with complete compatibility.
For users on Windows, Parallels Desktop 17.1 resolves some issues with virtual machines.
Parallels Desktop has been optimized to run even more games, including World of Warcraft, Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition, Tomb Raider 3, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, World of Tanks, Raft, and many others.
Parallels Desktop 17.1 has been released, and it is available for free to Parallels Desktop 17 users.
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