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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by yoh_hectic, Nov 11, 2020.
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I'm using Lenovo's M14 portable USB-C Monitor with my new MBP and its the perfect companion for my WFH setup. However, the only problem is that I can't manage to make "power pass through" to work. So now I am using both USB-C ports. I hope future updates will support it.
Memory management is really superb with the new M1 Macs: Switching between 20 chrome tabs, 10 safari tabs, outlook syncing 4 accounts, twitter, telegram, messenger, whatsapp, excel, word and apple music is a breeze; no slowdowns at all. The best thing is that I can still instantly wake from sleep without seeing the dreaded spinning beachball. Life is good!
I suggest directly plugging your M1 MBP via its included charging cable and adapter, it's a known issue that M1 macs brick when charged via USB-C hubs so regardless if it's an external monitor, just to be on the safe side.
Tried sidecar to see resolution of FF14 via gen1 ipad pro.. ayos naman! Happy that I got an m1
Any way I can run windows OS on my Macbook pro with M1 chip? If this question has been asked, can anyone refer me to the right thread?
None at the moment. Unless MS releases a compatible ARM version or virtualization software like Parallels and Fusion come up with solutions to run functional and stable virtualized Windows.
More gaming options available now for M1 macs with support from Geforce Now
You can try this guide from 9to5Mac. I haven’t tried it myself, although I’ve been tempted to just out of curiosity.
Hmmmm, do I subscribe? haha
cant seem to use my scanner function of my Epson L360 with the M1. but printing is ok. any tips on how I can use this function again with the M1?
Intel tries to take down Apple's M1 chip with a flurry of benchmarks
I just checked the Maximum capacity (system report / battery) of my battery and it was at 88% with 104 cycles. Is this normal? Was wondering how does this compare with other MBP M1 owners out there.
I'm running Windows 11 Pro for ARM on my M1 Pro MBP using Parallels Desktop - link here: https://www.parallels.com/au/products/desktop/
Is this via VM (and not Bootcamp)?
Yes, via VM. It's super smooth via Parallels and has the added benefit of locking the display at 120Hz (at the expense of some battery life).
There are talks that Windows 11 could run natively on M1 Macs once their exclusivity deal with Qualcomm ends. https://9to5mac.com/2021/11/22/micr...ing-to-an-end-could-mean-windows-for-m1-macs/