RIP Boot Camp: Microsoft endorses Parallels for Windows on M1 and M2 Macs

Apple’s switch to its own silicon has a lot of advantages on the Mac, but there is one major feature that was lost in the transition from Intel processors: Boot Camp, Apple’s utility that allows Macs to natively run Windows alongside macOS. While Boot Camp is still supported in Ventura, you won’t find it on an M1 or M2 Mac. If a user wants to run Windows on one of those newer Macs, the solution is to use the

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