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Vmware Fusion Installation

Vmware Fusion Installation

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Getting Started with VMware Fusion
VMware Fusion for Mac OS X
 
Getting Started with VMware FusionRevision: 20071025Item: VMF-ENG-Q407-295
You can find the most up-to-date technical documentation on our Web site athttp://www.vmware.com/products/fusion/support.html The VMware Web site also provides the latest product updates.If you have comments about this documentation, submit your feedback to:docfeedback@vmware.com 
 
Getting Startedy
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Getting Started with VMware Fusion
Introduction
VMware Fusion
allows you to run your favorite PC applications on yourIntel-based Mac. Designed from the ground up for the Mac user, VMware Fusionmakes it easy to take advantage of the security, flexibility, and portability of virtual machines to run Windows and other x86 operating systems side-by-sidewith Mac OS X.
What Is a Virtual Machine?
A virtual machine is software that behaves just as a physical computer does. Avirtual machine contains a display, a hard disk, one or more processors, memory,a CD/DVD drive, a network adapter, and a USB controller—all virtualized. That is,these elements of a virtual machine are all created by software and stored in fileson your Mac. The virtual machine runs in a window on your Intel-based Mac. You install anoperating system and applications in the virtual machine and operate it as youwould a physical computer. The Mac that you run a virtual machine on is sometimes referred to as the
host 
.In this context, the virtual machine is referred to as a
guest 
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