In this article, we will install Win XP on a virtual machine using Fusion 10/11 Pro on macOS High Sierra / Mojave.
How to Run Windows XP on VMware Fusion in Mac
Microsoft provided Windows XP support for 12 years. Due to rapidly growing technology and security issues, Microsoft has announced new operating systems after Win XP.
Microsoft completely ended support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. However, many system administrators are making experiments by setting up Microsoft XP, an operating system that does not require a lot of resources to make experiments in the virtual environment.
Previously, we completed the installation of the Windows XP Professional system using the VMware Workstation 14 virtualization program in the physical computer.
In this article, we will run WinXP in an Apple Mac computer using VMware Fusion 10/11 Pro.
In our previous articles, we completed the Windows operating system setup using the VMware virtualization software. You can access this articles from the links below;
You can also install the above mentioned systems by watching the videos in our YouTube channel. You can access this video from the following links;
NOTE: You can also setup it on macOS Mojave 10.14 using the VM Fusion 11 Pro virtualization program.
How to Install Windows XP on macOS ⇒ Video
You can watch the video below to install the Microsoft XP operating system using VM Fusion 10/11 Pro on macOS High Sierra 10.13 and subscribe to our YouTube channel to support us.
In this article, we have installed Win XP Professional operating system to perform virtual tests in a Mac using VMware Fusion 10/11 Pro. Thanks for following us!
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Download Win XP ISO for VMware Fusion
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