If you're an Apple Mac user, we'd certainly recommend you go
out and test Leopard. It's a fantastic new operating system that contains a
number of worthwhile new features that will justify and upgrade. We're quite
impressed. However, the problems with compatibility exist for every new
operating system. In fairness, Vista has been a 'mare and we wouldn't have
upgraded if we'd known how many third-party apps would need upgrading. With
Leopard, most apps will work, some will need an update. Virtualisation software
will need an upgrade and both Parallels and VMware have released updates.
VMware Fusion 1.1 build 61385 is a beta version of the new Mac OS X virtualisation software that will enable you to run Vista or Windows XP SP2 on your Mac. The new version has early support for Leopard, along with improved Vista support under Bootcamp and more.
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