Don't-Miss Virtualization Stories
Both Parallels Desktop and Boot Camp have their advantages and drawbacks. Which is the best way to run Windows on your Mac?
VMware posted an oblique blog post suggesting that it's going to close the loophole it opened in Fusion 4.1 that allowed OS X client editions to run in a virtual machine.
The VMware Fusion 4.1 released Thursday has an unheralded feature: the ability to run the non-server versions of Snow Leopard and Leopard in virtual machines.
Parallels 7 is a fast, stable, and highly customizable way to virtually run Windows on a Mac.
Updated virtualization app makes it easier than ever to install and run Windows on your Mac.
Just a week after Parallels released a new version of its virtualization software for OS X, VMWare comes out with an update of its own. The differences between the two are wafer-thin.
The newly-announced Parallels Desktop 7 finally makes it possible to create virtual machines that run OS X Lion as a guest operating system, coupled with a few cool enhancements. An improved companion iOS app is aimed at making remote administration easier.
You say you have an older version of Quicken that won't run under Lion? Have you thought about Windows lately?
One software company asks: What's it take to get a little attention around here?
The upcoming MacTech 2010 conference will feature a panel on virtualization moderated by Macworld Editorial Jason Snell, and readers can take advantage of discounted registration.
On Thursday, Parallels announced the latest version of its virtualization software, Parallels Desktop 6 for Mac.
A major update to VMWare Fusion brings some serious performance improvements, support for much larger virtual machines, and much more.
Valve Software is looking for beta testers for its upcoming Steam for Mac online store and its selection of first-party titles.