Does anyone here run Sailwave on a Surface Pro X ? This is a product that runs Windows 10 on a non-Intel X86 processor architecture. For those thinking of moving to Mac or getting new Mac in 2021, this may be a time to review your options? if Sailwave is important to you.
I run have Apple MAC products and run Sailwave on two different systems without issues using two types of virtualization software Parallels and Crossover, both cost money the Parallels option is more comprehensive but cost more than Crossover which is Wine based. In 2021 when the first ARM-based MAC products are rumoured to hit the high street (to be confirmed by Apple later this month) there is no advertised Visturalization software announced at this time…Why not?? perhaps it has a lot to do with the Microsofts Surface Pro X product, which already has an official Microsoft version of Windows 10 running on this ARM-based product.
However, there are reports some very current, that Windows is not the same on the Surface Pro X, Hence the question? does Sailwave a 32bit application work on the Pro X?, which could be a guide to how it “Could” operate on the new MAC.
Thanks…Just thought i would ask now.