Report Is Resilio Sync still being actively developed? in Sync General Discussion Posted May 4 Quote This topic has come up in the past; although there has been no official word on it, my take is that benchmarks show x86-64 apps running at native speed on M1 Macs. Unless you use 10 Gb/s or faster networking or some super high performance Thunderbolt storage array I doubt you'll see any performance difference. Let's be honest, Resilio can be a resource hog even when running natively. The fact that it runs so well already on Apple silicon is really great! But imagine how much better it could run if they re-compiled for ARM? I currently have 19 processes running with Intel emulation called "Resilio Sync Finder Extension" which combined use a fair amount of resources. Can this situation not be improved? Resilio isn't even running in my case. For now I open and close it as needed. Side note/rant: I honestly don't understand what constructive use so many people here are bringing to the table by arguing against any new feature or improvements. No excuses. This is paid software. Every other paid software I pay for and use regularly receives at least minimal updates. Wordpress themes I bought 8 years ago are still getting updates. It's cool if you want to just sit there and collect license fees with minimal effort, but the market is open for anyone else to come in and add the few features left that make Resilio unique and give it an advantage over competitors.