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VMware rolls out Fusion 2.0 for Mac virtualization

VMware on Tuesday unveiled its latest version of Fusion, its Windows to Mac virtualization software.Fusion 2.
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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.

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