Virtualization on Intel-based Mac OS X machines has been a hot topic for quite a while. Parallels hit the ground running when it first introduced us to their Desktop for Mac product, and they haven’t slowed down or looked back since. Microsoft bowed out quietly, saying they wouldn’t update their Virtual PC for Mac product to work with the latest Intel Mac OS. And with all of that, there was definitely a missing player in the Mac virtualization market for a while, and people sat quietly waiting for some type of response from virtualization giant VMware. That message came in August of 2006 when VMware officially announced that it would bring to market its own Mac OS X virtualization solution, code-named Fusion.So, how do these two solutions compare? – VMware and ParallelsComputerWorld recently published a comparison review between VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop for Mac titled Mac virtualization: VMware and Parallels side by side.In the review, Ryan Faas looks at the two products by comparing the ease of installation and setup, the ease of use and operation, and then follows it up with comparing advanced configuration and device access. Ryan’s overall impressions were:Both Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion are good… Read full this story
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