Now Microsoft and Zoom are joining the M1 party with the release of updates for the latest MacBooks.
Microsoft recently announced that it would be releasing new versions of many of its 365 applications that can now run natively on Macs with M1.
This means that core Office applications – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote – run faster and take full advantage of the performance improvements on new Macs.
That’s good news if you love everything from Microsoft, but there is another update from the team at Zoom too.
Zoom has now officially confirmed the release of new software. In the latest release notes, the chat company stated that their new software includes support for Apple Silicon processors.
“The Zoom desktop client supports computers with ARM CPUs better. A separate installer is available for download from the Zoom Download Center,” the company confirmed.