Parallels Desktop receives Arm SystemReady VE certification

Alludo ( formerly Corel Corp.) has announced that Parallels Desktop, its virtualization software that enables Mac users to run Windows on their devices, has received Arm SystemReady VE certification. The certification program is based on a set of compute platform standards that ensures compatibility, optimization, reliability, and security of software on Arm-based systems.

This follows the February announcement that Microsoft has recognized Parallels Desktop as the only third-party product authorized to run Arm versions of Windows 11 Pro and Enterprise on Macs with Apple Silicon.

“The combination of attaining the Arm certification and Microsoft’s authorization has opened a new world of possibilities for especially business users and developers,” Alludo said in a release.

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