Up until fairly recently, we had to put up with Microsoft's Virtual PC for Mac which ran like a dog, even on the fastest PowerPC-based Apple Mac. You could only really do the basics with this virtualisation software and most Mac users never thought they'd see a native Windows on their Mac. This all changed when Apple moved over to Intel processors, which has lead to an explosion in virtualisation software for the Intel Mac market.
VMware Fusion 4.1 beta is the latest virtualisation technology and now enables you to run Windows Vista or XP on your Mac. New features such as Unity will enable you to open and view a Windows application on your OS X desktop. The latest 4.1 ships with support for the forthcoming Leopard update, as well as drivers for the Santa Rosa-based MacBook Pro.
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