VMware Fusion is veteran virtual machine software on macOS, which allows Mac computers to install third-party systems like Windows and Linux. VMware Fusion 12 was officially released today and is completely free for individual users. @Appinn
There have always been many people who make fun of Mac users for installing Windows systems. But in fact, in addition to Apple’s own BootCamp tool, there are many virtual machine tools that are doing this. It’s about turning one tool into two tools, which is great.
In fact, it has been less than a month since the preview version of VMware Fusion 12. During this period, Qing Xiaowa also figured out how to migrate from Parallels Desktop to VMware Fusion. In fact, you only need to uninstall Parallels Tools on the virtual machine. You can migrate through the VMware Fusion wizard.
And in the official version, VMware Fusion automatically discovered PD virtual machine, which is very convenient to import. However, the virtual machine must be completely shut down and after exiting the PD it can be used normally.
After migrating to VMware Fusion, Green Frog played a Minecraft game. The overall feeling is still almost significant, no sound (no idea how to solve it), no PD smoothness, and more importantly, after migration Windows needs Reactivation … This is embarrassing. But if you are using office software, no problem and the migration is seamless.
So if you have a PD, keep using it and try VMware Fusion when you have to pay for it when it expires. Maybe make a fortune.
If you are a new user and want to install Windows on your Mac, then the virtual machine is much more convenient than BootCamp which needs to be restarted. Switching between macOS and Windows is as easy as switching windows, and it’s worth a try.
One last thing, the official website for VMware Fusion 12 seems to require a proxy to access normally, openOfficial website, Click Get a free personal use license Register now, If you can see the next page, sign up and get the serial number.
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