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Sun Aug 12, 2007 5:06 pm Reply and quote this post
The most seamless way to run Windows, Linux and other PC operatingsystems on your Intel-based Mac. Find and launch Windows applicationsquickly with the VMware Fusion launcher. Switch between Windows and Macapplications quickly with Exposť. Minimize Windows applications to theMac OS X Dock.

Play Windows games on your Mac. Create powerful multi-corevirtual machines and run 32- and 64-bit operating systems with ease.Use your iSight camera in Windows and gain access to Windows-only USB2.0 devices.



Apple.com wrote:
VMware Fusion makes it easy to install Windows as a virtualmachine on your Intel-based Mac, and makes a perfect complement toApple Boot Camp. Use your existing Boot Camp partition as a virtualmachine, or use the built-in Windows Easy Install to install a freshcopy of Windows on a new virtual machine.


Apple.com wrote:
Use Snapshots to save the state of your virtual machine, and revert back to that state if your PC crashes or becomes corrupted.
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Mon Aug 13, 2007 4:05 pm Reply and quote this post
I tried this out on my friends intel based Macbook Pro and it ran some apps reasonably well (IE7, Winamp, Windows Live Messenger) though when we brought out the big guns (3ds Max, Visual Studio (compiling), Half Life 2) his machine just keeled over and died begging us for a reboot.
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