In this article, we’ll explain what VMware Fusion is that lets you install and run virtual machines on Apple’s Mac computers.
What Does VMware Fusion Do?
VMware Fusion is a virtualization program that allows you to build and use Windows operating systems on Mac computers with Intel processors on a virtual machine.
VM Fusion is a virtualization solution developed by VMware firm that can only available for Apple’s operating systems. The first release of the VMware program released on August 6, 2007.
Nowadays, VM Fusion is constantly updated to make it compatible with macOS operating systems. Currently, the most updated version of this program is 11 Pro.
With this virtualization software, you can setup and use 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems simultaneously.
Supported Guest OS
After talking about the virtual machine software, let’s take a look at the supported operating systems. This virtualization software supports almost 200 OS. You can view the most popular OS list published by VMware from the list below.
Windows 10 (includes Anniversary Edition and 2017 Fall Creator Updates)