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VMware Fusion

VMware Fusion is software from VMware that virtualizes Windows operating systems (OSes) and application programs so they can be used on Macintosh computers.

VMware Fusion features Unity view, which allows a virtualized application to appear in the Macintosh OS desktop as if it was a native application.

VMware released VMware Fusion 1.0 on August 6, 2007. VMware released the most recent version, VMware Fusion 6.0, on September 3, 2013, to become compatible with Macintosh's latest operating system, Mavericks.

This was last updated in June 2014

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