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  • VMWare Fusion 7 Now Available With Support for OS X Yosemite and More


    On Wednesday, VMWare launched VMWare Fusion 7 and VMWare Fusion 7 Pro with support for OS X 10.10 Yosemite and a number of other improvements. VMWare Fusion 7's launch comes about eight days after the release of its major competitor, Parallels Desktop 10.

    In addition to supporting OS X 10.10 Yosemite, VMWare Fusion 7 also improves compatibility with Windows 8.1 and adds support for all of Apple's latest devices, such as those with the latest Intel Core i5, i7, and Xeon E5 processors. The company notes that with the new support, VMWare Fusion 7 is the fastest-performing release of the software yet, bringing a hefty 42% improvement in processor-heavy tasks across the board.

    The software allows you to create powerful virtual machines on your Mac OS X computer, such as Windows or Linux, with near native performance. VMWare Fusion 7 allows you to have up to 16 virtual CPUs, 64GB of memory, and 2GB of video memory allocated for a virtual machine running on your desktop.

    If you're interested in grabbing the new software, VMWare Fusion 7 is available from VMWare's Web site for $79.99, or as a $49.99 upgrade for those already running VMWare Fusion 5 or 6. VMWare Fusion 7 Pro is available from VMWare's Web site for $149.99, or as a $79.99 upgrade for those already running VMWare Fusion 5 or 6 Pro.

    Sources: VMWare
    This article was originally published in forum thread: VMWare Fusion 7 Now Available With Support for OS X Yosemite and More started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 1 Comment
    1. ProfessorJack's Avatar
      ProfessorJack -
      iv installed Parallels desktop 10
      on Yosemite beta 7

      iv fixed 70% of Yosemite up to now
      payed a hard price for it
      had to send my mac book back to be fixed
      damaged the keyboard and SSD lockout
      and one of my backup drives are in the bin

      but its like having a baby you don't want the labour pains just the baby

      so when this baby is out at the end of the year it should have almost no bugs


      so far so good