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Analytica for Windows on Arm (and Mac)?

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Hello

Does someone have experience running Analytica on virtualized Windows on Arm (i.e., in Parallels) on an Apple Silicon (M-series) powered Mac? I don't like the idea of owning and working with two physical computers.

Thank you in advance

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Mitzu Ganley
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Hi Andreas,

Yes, our CEO actually used a parallel from a MAC for some time. 

Analytica does not run on MacOS. But, it does run on a Macintosh, using Parallels or VMWare to run Windows. Many Mac users run Analytica for Windows under VMWare Fusion or Boot Camp Assistant. However, Boot Camp or VMWare Fusion, you will need a copy of the Windows Operating System.

Bootcamp comes free with the MacOS, and lets you boot up the Mac to run Windows. The difference with VMWare Fusion is that it lets you run the MacOS and Windows simultaneously. 

Hope this helps! 

I will ask around to see if there are other options not listed above.

Best,

Mitzu

 

 

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I second what Mitzu said, but would also add that I have never heard of anyone running Analytica on an Arm processor. Not that anyone would tell me if they successfully did. This would be a good one for someone in our community who has tried it on Windows running on Arm to chime in -- anyone? Andreas -- if you have parallels running already, I invite you to install Analytica Free to see, you could probably answer this question in about 2 minutes (assuming you already have Parallels running), and then let us know what you find out here. Thanks!

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The free version of Analytica lets you create and edit models with up to 101 variables, which is pretty substantial since each variable can be a multidimensional array. It also lets you run larger modes in ‘browse mode.’ Learn more about the free edition.

While Analytica doesn’t run on macOS, it does work with Parallels or VMWare through Windows.


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    Download the free edition of Analytica

    The free version of Analytica lets you create and edit models with up to 101 variables, which is pretty substantial since each variable can be a multidimensional array. It also lets you run larger modes in ‘browse mode.’ Learn more about the free edition.

    While Analytica doesn’t run on macOS, it does work with Parallels or VMWare through Windows.


      Analytica Cubes Pattern

      Download the free edition of Analytica

      The free version of Analytica lets you create and edit models with up to 101 variables, which is pretty substantial since each variable can be a multidimensional array. It also lets you run larger modes in ‘browse mode.’ Learn more about the free edition.

      While Analytica doesn’t run on macOS, it does work with Parallels or VMWare through Windows.


        Analytica Cubes Pattern

        Download the free edition of Analytica

        The free version of Analytica lets you create and edit models with up to 101 variables, which is pretty substantial since each variable can be a multidimensional array. It also lets you run larger modes in ‘browse mode.’ Learn more about the free edition.

        While Analytica doesn’t run on macOS, it does work with Parallels or VMWare through Windows.


          Analytica Cubes Pattern

          Download the free edition of Analytica

          The free version of Analytica lets you create and edit models with up to 101 variables, which is pretty substantial since each variable can be a multidimensional array. It also lets you run larger modes in ‘browse mode.’ Learn more about the free edition.

          While Analytica doesn’t run on macOS, it does work with Parallels or VMWare through Windows.


            Analytica Cubes Pattern

            Download the free edition of Analytica

            The free version of Analytica lets you create and edit models with up to 101 variables, which is pretty substantial since each variable can be a multidimensional array. It also lets you run larger modes in ‘browse mode.’ Learn more about the free edition.

            While Analytica doesn’t run on macOS, it does work with Parallels or VMWare through Windows.


              Analytica Cubes Pattern