VMware has released the second version of a virtual environment for Mac
September 17, 2008, 1:34 pm
The well-known producer of programs for creating virtual environment VMware announced the release of the second version of the Fusion for Mac OS X. Like the program Parallels, VMware Fusion provides an opportunity to run at the Makah different operating systems, including Windows, Linux, NetWare and Solaris without rebooting. The price of VMware Fusion has not changed and, as before, at 80 U. S. For the first version upgrade free. Fusion of VMware enables users to run 32 - or 64 bit - bit operating systems on Mac OS X. Support for multiprocessor systems utilize multiple processors allows for virtual machines and thereby increase productivity. Among other features Fusion support USB 2. 0, Bluetooth, DirectX 9. 0c, the use of devices for which no specific driver for Mac. Fusion also supports the transfer of files between primary and virtual system using drag-and-drop. In the second version more than a hundred improvements. Among them are the new opportunities for the sharing of files and folders, improved to ensure the safety and compatibility between Mac OS X and Windows. In addition, the program is sold together with a subscription to McAfee VirusScan Plus for the year.