I didn’t try. Would love to if I had spare time.
Besides the obvious Parallels (local VM) suggestion, there are also good alternatives nowadays with fast and low latency internet connectivity: remote desktop into a VM running elsewhere. This can be a VM:
- inside own datacenter
- amazon workspaces or any other IaaS provider. You pay per use.
Personally, I’m running windows on a separate hardware machine for Mendix and other purposes. NUC’s are fairly cheap nowadays. so that could be an option as well. Or even a 500-800 euro laptop would do.
Also with WSL2 ( https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-win10 ) it’s more logical to have windows as primary OS and Linux as guest/secondary.