Continuing in our theme of the different ways to move to VMware Fusion, today’s video revolves around importing a Parallels-based virtual machine or Virtual PC for Mac-based virtual machine to run on VMware Fusion 2.
And people who have been using Virtual PC for Mac to run Windows in emulation (NOT virtualization, like VMware Fusion) on their Power PC-based Macs, but who are now moving to Intel Macs, will certainly be looking for a new way to run Windows on Mac.
Switch to Fusion with Unparalleled Ease
In order to make this really easy for our users to switch and not have to rebuild their VMs, and the work that went into them, we’ve included a feature in VMware Fusion 2 that allows you to directly import Parallels and Virtual PC for Mac (for those people moving from Power PC-based Macs up to Intel-based Macs) to run in VMware Fusion.
Like most things with VMware Fusion, it’s easy, straight-forward, and “just works.” You can check out the video below to see how easy it is.
And as a quick ad, this video is taken from the more than dozen VMware Fusion 2 video tutorials made freely available to help you get the most out of VMware Fusion 2.