Can I migrate Parallels Desktop for Mac virtual machines to VMware Fusion? VMware Fusion 8.5 can easily import Parallels Desktop for Mac (versions 2.5 through 11) based virtual machines.Simply launch VMware Fusion, go to the File menu, select ‘Import’, select your virtual machine setting’s file, and click ‘Import’. In typical use cases, VMware Fusion 8.5 has little to no impact on your Mac’s overall performance. Yes, you can use the vast majority of USB 2.0 devices without additional setup required, such as video cameras, external hard drives, GPS devices, and much more in a virtual machine.
Yes, VMware Fusion 8.5 supports Retina display Macs for a crisp and detailed experience of your Windows programs.
Fusion 8 ensures you get a seamless experience when running Windows across Retina, 4K and non-Retina displays. Yes, VMware Fusion 8.5 supports up to 10 displays in both full screen and Unity views.
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VMware Fusion 8.5 and VMware Fusion 8.5 Pro is a free upgrade for customers who have purchased Fusion 8.0 or Fusion 8.0 Pro, respectively. VMware Fusion lets you run more than 200 operating systems as virtual machines, including Windows XP through Windows 8.
Nearly all programs that run on these operating systems will run with VMware Fusion.Programs can range from common productivity suites such as Microsoft Office for Windows, to graphic intensive programs such as Auto CAD or Solid Works. Yes, VMware Fusion 8.5 has 3D accelerated graphics support, allowing you to play most games that require Direct X 10.0 with Shader Model 3 or Open GL 3.3 in Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 and Windows 10 virtual machines.Do I need Apple's Boot Camp to install VMware Fusion?Boot Camp is not required to run Windows on a Mac with VMware Fusion.However, if you already have Windows installed as a Boot Camp partition, VMware Fusion can easily create a Windows virtual machine based on your Boot Camp Windows installation.This will allow you to run Windows programs side-by-side with your Mac applications without having to reboot your Mac.