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VMware Fusion....

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by synergy_jim, Oct 9, 2008.

  1. synergy_jim

    synergy_jim Very Active Member

    If any of you Mac guys out there have not tried this yet....

    GET ON IT!!!!

    I just bought version 2.0 and its amazing....
     
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  2. Rick

    Rick Certified Enneadecagon Designer

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    I have it.... and I likey....

    One thing... and I don't know if it's me, my computer, Corel on it or VMware but my delete button does not work in Corel (but it does delete text). I have to control "x" that drives me a little loco when I am in a hurry. It works on everything else.
     
  3. cgsigns_jamie

    cgsigns_jamie Very Active Member

    I use it every day. I've got a MacPro with dual monitors. The left side runs Vista with 8 gigs of memory and the right side runs OS X with 8 gigs of memory.

    On the windows side I run Flexi 8.5, Corel X4, QuickBooks, and Office 2007 without any issues. On my Mac I run the complete Adobe CS3 suite.

    A lot of times I run all those applications at the same time and the computer doesn't even blink.

    Version 2.0 is a free upgrade and has a couple new features and bug fixes.

    I would highly recommend Fusion. I have Parallel's on my MacBook Pro and Fusion is way, way, way, better
     
  4. synergy_jim

    synergy_jim Very Active Member

    I am running a similar setup....

    unity mode is amazing.....

    Macs rule....
     
  5. cgsigns_jamie

    cgsigns_jamie Very Active Member

    Rick are you using a full size apple keyboard?

    My MacPro keyboard has a delete key above the arrow keys. I use that one in corel or flexi.

    On my MacBook Pro I hold done the FN key and press delete (above the slash) and it works the same.
     

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