How to use ATAS on Mac

Modified on Mon, 15 May 2023 at 02:46 PM

ATAS was developed for Windows operating system, so you have to use Wine, Parallels or other analogues to run the platform on Mac.

Below is a video tutorial on how to install ATAS using Parallels:

IMPORTANT: Once you've installed ATAS on your Mac, you can see a message that access is limited and you need to purchase a license. In that case, please contact our support team.

IMPORTANT: To use ATAS on Win11 using Parllales, you may need to isolate Windows from Mac as shown in the screenshot:

IMPORTANT: Parallels supports OpenGl version 3.0, ATAS requires OpenGl version 4.3 support for full-fledged operation, not all platform functionality will be available.

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