I've recently started using a Silicon MacBook Pro 13 (i.e. one with non-Intel processor). I have found installing some software difficult, for example installing Python through Homebrew and installing Python packages through Pip. Also, for some software there exist ports to the new architecture, but these ports contain bugs, for example, the Tensorflow package for Python. I also use an IDE that runs some Python commands and some Terminal commands for me, and I find it very difficult to manage the usage of Rosetta 2 for these commands.
Is there a way to set up my Mac so that all software behaves as it would on an Intel processor? For example by using Rosetta 2 for every processor instruction? I understand that would mean substantial performance losses, but I would be happy to accept these.