In this article, we will examine the steps to install a new virtual machine on a Mac computer using the Fusion 10/11 virtualization program.
How to Install a New Virtual Machine on VMware Fusion in Mac
With the VMware Fusion virtualization software on your Mac, you can install and run products from many companies into VMs.
After installing the VMware Fusion 10/11 Pro virtualization program on an Intel-based macOS computer, you can run operating systems such as Windows, Linux, and Solaris. For example, if you are installing a Windows 10 OS, you can do this with the ISO file or DVD media.
In the Choose a Virtual Disk for Windows 10 VM window, select Create a new virtual disk and click Continue.
After the virtual computer installation is complete, click the Customize Settings button to import the operating system ISO file.
Write down the new operating system name and click the Save button.
Click on the CD/DVD (SATA) device.
To add an ISO file to a CD/DVD device in the Windows 10 system, click Choose a disc or disc image from the pop-up menu.
Select the location where the operating system ISO image is located and click the Open button to complete the process.
A virtual computer successfully created with VMware software on Mac. You can now start and install Windows 10 on macOS.
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In this article, we have examined the steps of creating virtual machines and importing the ISO file with VM Fusion software. In the next articles, we will be installing Windows, Linux operating systems with Fusion virtualization software. Thanks for following us!