Apple has taken a feature from the past in creating the Rosetta interface enabling the new Apple Silicone M1 Macs to run older Intel-based software. Curiously, the Apple Silicone Macs do not come with Rosetta installed. If you have or are going to buy an Apple Silicone Mac, then you will need to have Rosetta. This article describes the two ways to install Rosetta. They are a little weird, but they seem to work.