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VMware Fusion 10 Pro is for the easiest, fastest and most reliable way to run Windows programs on their Macs without rebooting. It is recommended for new and existing Mac users who want to continue running the Windows application they can’t live without. VMware Fusion 10 Professional takes virtualization on the Mac to the next level with powerful features designed for advanced users and technical professionals.
With added support for the latest modern OS like Windows 10, advanced users, developers, QA and IT admins rely on Fusion Pro every day for high performance, reliability and leading edge features to run Windows and Linux on a Mac.
It’s easy to transfer your entire PC to your Mac with the Fusion PC migration assistant for Windows. Get the best of both worlds with Mac virtualization and have access to your all Windows files from your old PC directly on your Mac, whenever you need them.
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VMware Fusion Professional 10 makes Windows 10 feel right at home on your Mac. Whether you’re doing a fresh install for that brand new operating system experience, migrating your Windows 10 PC, or upgrading your Windows 7 or 8 virtual machines, VMware Fusion gives you the best of both worlds.
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VMware Fusion 10 Pro delivers unsurpassed platform compatibility and integration with the VMware ecosystem. It leverages decades of innovation in leading the virtualization revolution, with support for over 200 operating systems including Windows 10.
Version 10.1.2 Build 8502123:
- Windows 10 2018 Spring Creators Update (Version 1803) support as guest
- Ubuntu 18.04 support as guest
- VMware Fusion 10.1.2 also contains bug fixes and security updates.
This update provides guest access to the SSBD feature in IA32_SPEC_CTRL. This feature will be provided to all HWv9 or later virtual machines when running on an Intel based platform with the appropriate microcode updates. Guest operating systems may choose to use this new CPU feature to mitigate CVE-2018-3639.
Please see VMware knowledge base article 54951 for more details.
- On a macOS High Sierra 10.13 host, the Caps Lock key always turns on after you switch from a virtual machine to the hostOn a macOS High Sierra 10.13 host, after you press the Caps Lock key to turn the feature off on the host, grabbing input within a running virtual machine and switching back to the host automatically turns on the Caps Lock key on the host. This issue does not occur if the machine is installed with a macOS version earlier than High Sierra 10.13.
- A Windows virtual machine crashes after you connect an iLOK USB keyWhen you connect an iLOK USB key to a Windows virtual machine, the virtual machine immediately crashes.
- When you put a macOS virtual machine hosted on remote a ESXi server into Full Screen view, the virtual machine display size decreasesWhen you use Fusion to run a macOS virtual machine on a remote ESXi server, if the virtual machine is in Single Window view, the correct resolution is used inside of the guest operating system. However if you switch the virtual machine to Full Screen view, the virtual machine unexpectedly switches to high DPI resolution, which results in a smaller display size.This issue is resolved with VMware Tools 10.2.5 installed on the virtual machine.
- You cannot use the Fusion interface to clean up an encrypted Windows virtual machineThe Clean Up Virtual Machine button in the General Settings dialog box is disabled for encrypted Windows virtual machines. This limitation prevents you from selecting the option and reclaiming disk space from the virtual machine.
- The Network Connection drop-down menu of a remote virtual machine cannot display the name of the distributed virtual switch port groupWhen the remote virtual machine is configured to connect to a distributed virtual switch, the Network Connection drop-down menu cannot obtain the name of the distributed switch port group and therefore shows a blank entry item.
All Macs launched in 2011 or later are supported except:
- In addition the following are also supported:
2012 Mac Pro “Quad Core” using the Intel® Xeon® W3565 Processor.
2010 Mac Pro “Six Core”, “Eight Core” and “Twelve Core”.
OS X 10.11 El Capitan minimum required