M1 Mac Windows 10 ARM in Parallels and LC

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Fri Nov 5 14:45:46 EDT 2021

remind me next week. my MBP just arrived, yesterday, and after 20 hours in
migration assistant, is finally in use.
I got a dev edition of win 11 installed in parallels, but i have not tried
anything else with it, yet.
i also have not figured out how to get the apps to transfer because you
can't just open your intel vm in the arm vm, which means getting programs
to move won't be trivial.

On Fri, Nov 5, 2021 at 12:41 PM Sean Cole via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Has anyone yet had experience running LC in a Windows 10 ARM edition within
> Parallels Desktop?
> This, I feel, would be good knowledge for us all to be aware of.
> I'm going through the process of working out my next upgrade to the MacBook
> Pro M1Max. But a contributing factor is: wether this would be able to swap
> out all of my other systems to just the one (which would be beneficial to
> my working environment). If not I would have to keep a separate windows
> system I can hook into via VNC (albeit without the useful direct bridging
> between the two) or an offsite Windows server (which will be slower but
> still usable).
> Technically, the Windows ARM is only beta and may even get dropped
> potentially. It can run x86 apps (virtualised, I think) but not x64. LC is
> still x86 as far as I am aware. But I don't know what other caveats may
> become evident once it is up and running. Hence the question.
> If no one else has tried this out I may well end up just biting the bullet
> and take one for the team to find out. But it would be great to know before
> hand what to expect.
> Thanks in advance.
> Sean
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