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Seamlessly run Windows, Linux and other PC operating systems on your Intel-based Mac. VMware Fusion gives you the freedom to:

 

Unite Windows and Mac OS X

Seamlessly run Windows applications alongside Mac applications with the Unity features in VMware Fusion. Find and launch Windows applications quickly with the VMware Fusion launcher. Switch between Windows and Mac applications quickly with Exposé. Minimize Windows applications to the Mac OS X Dock.

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Get the most out of your Mac

Play Windows games on your Mac. Create powerful multi-core virtual machines and run 32- and 64-bit operating systems with ease. Use your iSight camera in Windows and gain access to Windows-only USB 2.0 devices.

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Create virtual machines with ease

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

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Turn back time on the PC

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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Change the way you think about your Mac

VMware Fusion is backed by nearly a decade of proven, high-performance virtualization technology. As the winner of more than 100 awards for its industry-leading virtualization software, VMware is trusted by millions of users worldwide. Put the power of VMware on your Mac today by purchasing VMware Fusion online, or download a free 30-day evaluation copy and try it for yourself.

VMware Fusion 1.1.1 Now Available!

Support for Mac OS X Leopard, Vista in Boot Camp, and DirectX 9.0. FREE upgrade for existing VMware Fusion 1.0 and Fusion 1.1 customers.

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Current mail-in rebate offers for VMware Fusion.

Move to VMware Fusion

VMware Importer (beta 2) imports Parallels Desktop and Virtual PC 7.0 for Mac virtual machines.