The most recent version of Nitrox Tools just released for the Mac has both improved support for Big Sur and native M1 (Apple Silicon) support. This means that it will run natively on the new M1 based Mac Mini, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13". Obviously Nitrox Tools does not require a lot of computing power so it ran fine under Rosetta 2 but the Universal binary allows you to not use Rosetta 2 if all your other apps are also Universal binary apps.
Discussion of the macOS version of Nitrox Tools
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