VMware Fusion Tech 22H2 Preview brings Windows 11 support to Apple silicon Macs | Downlaod Available
Microsoft’s latest offering is Windows 11, and Some people want it to use on their Mac. VMware’s Fusion tech preview comes with a new tech that allows Windows 11 Support on Mac with Intel and Apple Silicon. The latest version of VMWare Fusion 2H22 helps virtualize Windows 11 on Mac and even Linux.
VMWare uses the Virtual Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to virtualize to support Windows 11 on Mac. They have developed the TPM with an auto-generation key stored in the keychain with fast encryptions. Windows offically doesn’t support M1 or M2 Chips.
Not to mention, performance is essential, and making fast encryptions helps to run the most critical part of the virtual machine. On top of this, there is 2D graphics support with a WDDM driver, which supports 4K.
Noteworthy, the vmxnet3 network driver is not available with the current build. However, there are graphic and network drivers available in the latest version. The vmxnet3 is a custom driver supporting highly efficient data transfer rates and performance improvements.
What’s New with VMware 2H22
“While it is a little early, and things on Apple silicon don’t always behave like we’re used to on Intel, we’re thrilled to be able to share the work we’ve been doing to prepare support for Windows 11 virtual machines on Fusion, for both Intel and Apple silicon Macs.”
- Windows 11 – Intel and Apple Silicon with 2D GFX and Networking
- VMtools for Windows 11 GOS on M1, and Improved Linux support on M1
- 3D Graphics HW Acceleration and OpenGL 4.3 in Linux VMs* (Requires Linux 5.19+ & Mesa 22.1.3+)
- Virtual TPM Device, Fast Encryption, and Universal Binary
- Known issue: Fussion will not support x86_64 VMs on M1 Macs, Ubuntu 20.04.4 and 22.04 arm not currently botting.
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Although VMWare Fusion does not individually support Windows 11, there are more Operating system offerings. You can check out the latest version of the VMWare fusion tech on your Mac despite being powered by Intel or Apple’s silicon. However, you may find some difficulties and limitations, and it only supports M1 Virtual machines like MacBook Pro 14 and Macbook Pro 16.