Trevor HewsonI've just watched the WWDC Keynote and, when talking about the changeover to Apple's own CPU chips, mention was made of virtualisation. This was in the context of developers wanting to run things like Linux, but it prompted me to wonder whether there was a way of running a previous version of MacOS under virtualisation.
Our Mac is stuck on Mojave because I use Softpress Freeway to maintain my website and there is no prospect of any upgrade path to a 64 bit app. In all the talk over the years about running Windows or Linux under virtualisation in a window on the Mac desktop ( e.g. with Virtual PC or Parallels), I don't recall anyone mention of running a second version of Mac OS in this way.
If this were possible it would surely be a more convenient option than having to reboot the machine every time. Is it possible, or is this just a crazy idea brought on by the heat?