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Apple M1 Silicon Performance Running Windows 10 Impresses – Hot Hardware

Our Apple M1-powered Mac mini running a Windows 10 Insider build in a virtual machine put up surprisingly good numbers.



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Apple’s M1-based (Apple Silicon) Mac mini, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air spelled the end of Boot Camp, the company’s solution for booting into Windows natively on its Intel-based hardware. At the same time, the big names in commercial virtualization options, VMWare and Parallels, are still scrambling to get an Arm64-native version of their apps out the door. However, one very innovative developer worked up a new feature to use QEMU to boot the Hyper-V image of Windows 10’s Insider Preview build straight…

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