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VMware Fusion 2 vs. Parallels Desktop 4 – Head to Head

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When it comes to OS virtualization on a Mac, there are two major contenders for the title of virtualizer to end all virtualizers.

Likely Parallels and VMware Fusion need no introduction for TAB readers, but you might not be aware of what the latest incarnations that both programs bring to the table. VMware Fusion 2, released in September, and Parallels Desktop 4.0, just released today, have a few new tricks up their sleeves.

  • The following review discusses the following areas:
  • Setup
  • OS X Integration
  • Features and User Interface
  • Performance

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, VMware Fusion 2 vs. Parallels Desktop 4: Let’s Dance – theappleblog.com

 

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