VMware on Tuesday unveiled its latest version of Fusion, its Windows to Mac virtualization software.
Fusion 2.0, which will run you $79.99 for a new license, has more features such as virtual machine snapshots, the ability to launch any Mac file with a Windows program and custom keystrokes. There's also the ability to add four virtual PCs to a virtual machine. Mac OS X Leopard Server is also supported in Fusion 2.0.
Among the key additions:
Unity view runs Windows applications like they are Mac native and cut down on the Windows programs in your dock.
Multiple virtual machine snapshots.
Mirrored folders that map areas like desktop, documents, pictures and music to your virtual machine.
Application sharing so favorite programs run any file.
Support for multiple displays.
And mapping so the Mac keyboard can work with Windows applications.