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MacOS Ventura allows Linux virtual machines the capacity to run x86 apps via Rosetta

June 09, 2022

Apple

MacOS Ventura allows Linux virtual machines the capacity to run x86 apps via Rosetta

WWDC22 impresses its scope, the number of new products, and the updates presented

One of them announced a new feature in macOS Ventura: the ability to run apps written for x86 processors using Rosetta. The same binary translation technology allows Apple Silicon Macs to run apps written for Intel Macs. 

Thus, IT professionals who choose a Mac as the best solution for business and work will no longer have to spend additional time and effort installing Linux. 

Find out how it works and other details by watching the video at the link>> 

Read the technical documentation here>> 

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