VMware has released an upgrade of VMware Fusion — its virtualization software for the Mac. VMware Fusion 1.1 is available at no charge to existing VMware Fusion 1.0 customers.
There are more than 25 improvements added in this update.
Enhancements include better 3-D graphics support and an improved Unity feature. The latter displays Windows applications directly on the Mac desktop, so using them is the same as native Mac applications.
In addition, the upgrade supports Vista 32- and 64-bit editions. The new version also fixes flaws in the previous version, such as the freezing of Windows in certain cases in Unity view.
VMware Fusion costs $60 and can be downloaded from VMware's Web site.
Are there any TechRepublic members who have switched over to a Mac as a result of being able to run Windows applications? How would you rate your experience?
Related Topics:Virtualization Cloud Networking Data Centers Storage Hardware Virtualization
Paul Mah is a writer and blogger who lives in Singapore, where he has worked for a number of years in various capacities within the IT industry. Paul enjoys tinkering with tech gadgets, smartphones, and networking devices.