Name: VMware Fusion Pro Extended Edition
Released: Nov 13, 2016
OS Version: OS X 10.8 or later (10.11 recommended)
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
RAM: 4GB (8GB+ recommended)
Web Site: http://www.vmware.com/products/fusion-pro
VMware Fusion 8 makes feel good to Windows 10 as if you were at home in Mac. No matter whether an installation from 0, or migrate your physical PC with windows to virtual, or an upgrade from Windows 7 or 8, VMware Fusion gives you the best of both worlds, the physical and the virtual.
executes typical Windows applications natively integrated into your Mac, which in turn runs your applications, and share files between the two operating systems it becomes a simple, integrated natively task. You also enjoy the new features of Windows 10 such as Cortana, the virtual voice assistant, or run the new Microsoft Edge Internet browser, next to Safari.
Fusion 8 supports all versions of Windows 10, including Home, Pro , Enterprise and Education editions. Customers who already use Windows 7 or 8 in VMware Fusion can upgrade easily to Windows 10. In
addition, VMware Fusion can also run OS X El Capitan. With all the performance improvements and careful design, VMware Fusion and El Capitan offer you a much more fluid experience on your Mac.
You will be able to use Fusion with the new Split Screen mode, so you’ll have to reach with any gesture integration with Windows 10 or Mac applications, as if they were the same operating system, in addition to using the Unity Fusion next to Mission Control with Windows applications a click.
the improvements in VMware Fusion 8
can summarize the enhancements VMware Fusion 8 in the following:
official support from VMware for Windows 10, and ready to El Capitan
Support for DirectX 10 and OpenGL 3.3, this translates into graphics and brutal performance for applications that require GPU.
If you also use VMware Fusion 8 Pro, we can very easily connect to VMware vCloud and VMware vSphere and Air to operate the VM found there, from our VMware Fusion.
What’s new in version 8.5.2-4635224:
● This release of VMware Fusion addresses an out-of-bounds memory access vulnerability related to the drag-and-drop feature. This may allow a guest to execute code on the operating system that runs VMware Fusion. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project has assigned the identifier CVE-2016-7461 to this issue.
If more than one monitor is used in Full Screen mode on macOS 10.12 host operating system, the virtual displays are merged into one space in different tabs, instead of creating Full Screen space on each monitor:
● On macOS 10.12 host operating system, if there is external monitor connected to the Mac machine, when you switch a virtual machine to Full Screen with “Use All Displays in Full Screen” option selected, the virtual machine shows in Full Screen only on one monitor and merges all virtual displays to it as tabs, instead of using separated spaces on all monitors. After changing the view mode back to Single Window, a redundant black space remains, and the Fusion menu bar is hidden automatically.
A virtual machine using EFI firmware sometimes crashes when it is powering on:
● When powering on a virtual machine that uses EFI firmware instead of BIOS, the virtual machine sometimes crashes.
Fusion can quit unexpectedly when running a Windows 10 virtual machine in Unity mode:
● Windows 10 virtual machines running in Unity mode may unexpectedly quit when you are working with certain applications.
On macOS 10.12 host operating systems, the tab bar on the virtual machine window becomes blank when moving the mouse pointer into the virtual machine:
● On macOS 10.12 host operating systems, if you move the mouse pointer into a running virtual machine when there is no tools service running inside the guest OS, the tab bar shown on the virtual machine window becomes blank, and the Fusion menu Window > Merge All Windows is disabled for the virtual machine. This problem occurs if the virtual machine does not have VMware Tools installed or it has VMware Tools installed but the Tools services are not launched yet.