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VMware Fusion 2 is Now Available.

VMware Fusion 2 is Now Available.

Posted September 16, 2008 at 12:15pm by iClarified
VMware Fusion 2 adds over 100 new features and enhancements while bringing Windows to the Mac.

VMware Fusion 2 builds on the success of VMware Fusion 1, which in its first year on the market has earned hundreds of thousands of users, won more than a dozen awards, and convinced thousands to switch the power and performance VMware Fusion brings to Windows on the Mac.

VMware Fusion 2, a free, downloadable upgrade for all VMware Fusion 1.x customers, adds over 100 new features and enhancements including:

More Seamless with Unity 2.0: Application Sharing, Link Handling, Mirrored Folders, Driverless Printing, True Multiple Display Support, and Custom Keyboard Mapping

Safer Windows on Mac experience with AutoProtect automated snapshots and a 12-month complimentary subscription to McAfee VirusScan Plus security software for Windows XP and Vista

More Power with DirectX 9.0c with Shader Model 2 3D graphics, 1080p HD video playback, Multiple Snapshots, 4-way vSMP, and Better Linux Support (Unity & Easy Install)

More Mac-like, More Mac-friendly with all new Welcome Screen, Virtual Machine Library and Virtual Machine Settings, Cover Flow and Quick Look integration, and Apple Help

Finally, Mac OS X Leopard Server now is supported in a virtual machine on Mac hardware

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VMware Fusion 2 is Now Available.
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p - September 16, 2008 at 4:08pm
I switched months ago from Parallels to Fusion. Way better memory management, faster, a real native Mac GUI, better support for Non-Windows OSes (there's even Linux Tools for everything) and of course the most important reason: Parallels does not run OPENSTEP, Fusion does!
BigDaddyK - September 16, 2008 at 3:10pm
I use Parallels but I'm curious about Fusion. Which do you use and why?
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