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Got more than one Mac? We’ve got you covered.

@dmedrick asks: "For a single user, can I install 1 copy of fusion on both my iMac and MacBook Pro or do I need two separate Fusion licenses?"

Starting with VMware Fusion 4, personal users only need one license to install on all the Macs you own. If you're a business or educational institution you'll need one license for each copy of VMware Fusion. The relevant excerpt from the VMware Fusion 4.0 license agreement says:

You may install and use the Software for personal, non-commercial use on any Apple-branded products running Mac OS X (“Mac Computer”) that you own or control.

If you are a commercial enterprise or educational institution, you may install and use the Software on a number of Apple-branded products running Mac OS X (“Mac Computer”) that you own or control equal to the number of licenses purchased.  Installing and using the Software on multiple Mac Computers with a single license is prohibited even if the computers are not running the Software concurrently.

VMware Fusion 4 upgrades are available now for a promotional price of $49.99. New users can take advantage of the same promotional pricing until the end of December 2011.



Got more than one Mac? We’ve got you covered.

@dmedrick asks: "For a single user, can I install 1 copy of fusion on both my iMac and MacBook Pro or do I need two separate Fusion licenses?"

Starting with VMware Fusion 4, personal users only need one license to install on all the Macs you own. If you're a business or educational institution you'll need one license for each copy of VMware Fusion. The relevant excerpt from the VMware Fusion 4.0 license agreement says:

You may install and use the Software for personal, non-commercial use on any Apple-branded products running Mac OS X (“Mac Computer”) that you own or control.

If you are a commercial enterprise or educational institution, you may install and use the Software on a number of Apple-branded products running Mac OS X (“Mac Computer”) that you own or control equal to the number of licenses purchased.  Installing and using the Software on multiple Mac Computers with a single license is prohibited even if the computers are not running the Software concurrently.

VMware Fusion 4 upgrades are available now for a promotional price of $49.99. New users can take advantage of the same promotional pricing until the end of December 2011.

16 thoughts on “Got more than one Mac? We’ve got you covered.

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  2. buzzingstreet

    Nice and quite useful blog. Would like to say that stock market hardly gives any second chance. Once opportunity lost means it’s gone forever. Now the biggest question is how to grab trading opportunities every time we trade?
    Well here comes the technical analyses handy. Just rely on research rather than your guts feeling and one should stop speculating in the Share market.
    Follow few basic trading rules and we are sure one can earn huge amount in the Indian stock market only by trading in NSE and BSE

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  3. theD

    Upgrades are $50! You make me sick. Why would I upgrade at such a steep price? I guess I’ll be taking my business elsewhere.

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  4. Sergio

    Fusion 3 users don’t have a discount to upgrade?!
    I bought Fusion 1 when it was still in beta. Then received Fusion 2 as a free upgrade. Then upgraded to Fusion 3 for just $9.99.
    Now Fusion 4 upgrade cost the same as the full product!? The same as Parallels full?
    Am I missing something?

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  5. buzzingstreet

    Nice and quite useful blog. Would like to say that stock market hardly gives any second chance. Once opportunity lost means it’s gone forever. Now the biggest question is how to grab trading opportunities every time we trade?
    Well here comes the technical analyses handy. Just rely on research rather than your guts feeling and one should stop speculating in the Share market.
    Follow few basic trading rules and we are sure one can earn huge amount in the Indian stock market only by trading in NSE and BSE

    Reply
  6. buzzingstreet

    Nice and quite useful blog. Would like to say that stock market hardly gives any second chance. Once opportunity lost means it’s gone forever. Now the biggest question is how to grab trading opportunities every time we trade?
    Well here comes the technical analyses handy. Just rely on research rather than your guts feeling and one should stop speculating in the Share market.
    Follow few basic trading rules and we are sure one can earn huge amount in the Indian stock market only by trading in NSE and BSE

    Reply
  7. Michael

    Just found this and will buy now that I know I can run on it on multiple personal machines, in order to use virtual machines on the go.

    Reply
  8. buzzingstreet

    Nice and quite useful blog. Would like to say that stock market hardly gives any second chance. Once opportunity lost means it’s gone forever. Now the biggest question is how to grab trading opportunities every time we trade?
    Well here comes the technical analyses handy. Just rely on research rather than your guts feeling and one should stop speculating in the Share market.
    Follow few basic trading rules and we are sure one can earn huge amount in the Indian stock market only by trading in NSE and BSE

    Reply
  9. buzzingstreet

    Nice and quite useful blog. Would like to say that stock market hardly gives any second chance. Once opportunity lost means it’s gone forever. Now the biggest question is how to grab trading opportunities every time we trade?
    Well here comes the technical analyses handy. Just rely on research rather than your guts feeling and one should stop speculating in the Share market.
    Follow few basic trading rules and we are sure one can earn huge amount in the Indian stock market only by trading in NSE and BSE

    Reply
  10. Peter

    Judging from all the spam no-one from VMware reads this comments, but I wanted to echo Sergio’s confusion. $50 for an upgrade from 3.x? No way.

    Reply
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