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VMware Fusion Technology Preview 2015 Available Now!

It’s about that time again!

The VMware Fusion team is excited to announce availability of the Fusion Technology Preview 2015!

You can get it today from the Community Forums:
Fusion Technical Preview 2015 Community

We’ve been hard at work delivering the features our users have been asking for, and we’re looking for your feedback in the following areas:

    • New OS Support:
      • Windows 10 Insider Preview
      • Ready for OS X 10.11 ‘El Capitan’ Public Beta (use 10.10 OS type)
  • DirectX 10 and OpenGL 3.3 Support

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We’re very excited to hear your experiences, so please share your stories in the Fusion Technical Preview 2015 Community!

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About Michael Roy

Michael Roy is the Product Line Manager for Desktop Hypervisor products such as VMware Fusion and Workstation.

10 thoughts on “VMware Fusion Technology Preview 2015 Available Now!

  1. Larry Nolan

    Is a new version of Fusion going to be required ($) to run on Mac OS X 10.11 ?

    thanks

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  2. Micahel Roy

    Fusion 7 already runs El Capitan today, but it’s not considered a ‘supported’ version. El Capitan isn’t released yet, so it’s hard to claim support for things in the future with a product from the past.

    Reply
  3. Mike Formento

    So when is the download link going to actually work? I have ben trying all day and can’t get it.

    Reply
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  9. Tom

    It is really weird. I just received an confirmation that Fusion 7 does not support El Capitan and is having issues with Windows 10. Having bought the Fusion just a couple of months ago I cannot see how would I be willing to pay again for the upgrade. There should at least be a free upgrade time window or upgrade prices should be a lot lower to make sense for home users to upgrade every year.

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  10. John

    I agree with Tom, Apple upgrade Mac OS X regularly and it is free woo hoo! But with each Apple upgrade, comes a VMWare tax to pay…. it seems convenient for VMWare that unlike almost all other software, theirs can have a lifespan of a few months before it stops working.

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