VMware intros Fusion 5 virtualization software with support for Win 8, integration with Mountain Lion
With Mountain Lion newly available and Windows 8 on the verge of shipping, now was a pretty good time for VMware to update its Fusion virtualization software, dont’cha think? The company just announced Fusion 5 with 70-plus new features, including support for Win 8 and tight integration with OS X 10.8. For instance, you can now view Windows programs in Mountain Lion’s Launchpad, while VMware software updates pop up in the Notification Center. Fusion also supports AirPlay for the first time, and you can also run either Mountain Lion or Mountain Lion Server as a virtual machine. The company also added support for Retina Display MacBook Pros, so that everything looks crisp on that 2,880 x 1,800 screen. Also of note: Fusion now supports USB 3.0, and Linux users get some love in the form of Open GL 2.1 graphics support.
The standard version of Fusion 5 is available now for $49.99, but people who bought Fusion 4 since the release of Mountain Lion can upgrade for free. There’s also a professional version ($100 for one license), which includes all the above features, and also lets IT departments lock down settings for employees’ virtual machines.
Pubblicato il 24/08/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag apple, fusion, fusion 5, Fusion5, Mountain Lion, MountainLion, OS X 10.8, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, OS X Mountain Lion, OsX10.8, OsX10.8MountainLion, OsXMountainLion, virtual machine, Virtual Machines, virtualization, VirtualMachine, VirtualMachines, vmware, vmware fusion, vmware fusion 5, VmwareFusion, VmwareFusion5, Windows 8, Windows8. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.