Users who try to upgrade their Windows 7 and 8 VMware virtual machines to Windows 10 may be having an issue with a supposedly incompatible display driver. Here’s how to bypass this compatibility check and upgrade your VMs to Windows 10.
With the recent launch of Parallels 10 and Fusion 7, consumers are once again left wondering which virtualization platform to choose for their Mac. We take a comprehensive look at both, and compare how they perform to each other, and to the free VirtualBox, with benchmarks examining overall processing power, graphics performance, and real-world tests like battery life and video encoding. Read on for our full results.
Following the launch of Parallels Desktop 10 late last month, VMware today launched the latest version of its OS X virtualization software, VMware Fusion 7. New features advertised by VMware include full support for OS X Yosemite, both as a guest and host operating system, support for Windows 8.1, “near-native” performance, increased hardware support for up to 16 virtual CPUs, 8TB virtual disks, and 64GB of memory, better battery life, and enhanced support for Retina displays.