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Post by Ambush on Sun Jul 03, 2011 1:01 pm

Recently picked up VMWare for MAC. There are various types, but I really like this one. This one did cost me some money, in the $70 range, but is worth it I think. It's a legitimate piece of software and you can update it free without issues. However, there is a free VMWare product out there for MAC, but I haven't looked into it.

Right now, I only have 4gb of RAM in my Macbook Pro. I plan on upgrading it to 8gb due to the fact that VMWare will run really good along side OSX if I do this. Which is to say, that right now it is running OK. I had stability issues when allocating too much RAM to the Windows OS. Currently, I'm only using Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (32bit). I'm assuming Linux, Backtrack specifically, will work even better. If you using Hamatchi, then I would disable it as I remember there were issues with it last time in VM.

Maybe I will do a more in depth review of this software. It's almost fully updated as far as Service Packs and updates go. All Windows applications work good, even the game Dark Prophecy.
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Re: VMWare Fusion

Post by pvtnum11 on Wed Jul 06, 2011 12:37 am

VMWare? Oh, virtual stuff.
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