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VMWare Fusion Beta 4.1 expands USB support

updated 09:45 am EDT, Fri June 22, 2007

VMWare Fusion Beta 4.1

VMWare has released VMWare Fusion Beta 4.1, bringing USB support to Santa Rosa-based MacBook Pros and all Intel-based Macs running Mac OS X 10.4.10 and later. VMWare Fusion is a desktop application enabling users to create and run virtual machines inside an Intel-based Mac. The software supports running Microsoft Windows applications right alongside Mac OS X on a virtual Windows system without rebooting, and now includes experimental support for running VMware Fusion on Mac OS X Leopard hosts. The update also fixes various issues with installation, launch, and networking. VMWare Fusion is available for pre-order for $40.

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  1. TheSnarkmeister

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Airport Bug Fixes?

    Does anyone know if it fixes the "airport" bug, wherein Fusion installation causes a process called "airport" to consume up to 99% percent of processor cycles, whether or not the actually Fusion application is running? It is a critical problem on portables.

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