VMware Fusion Stories August 23, 2012
VMware Fusion Stories June 23, 2012
VMware Fusion Stories June 6, 2012
MacUpdate has one of the better bundles we’ve seen on a wide-ranging set of Mac software. If you are like us and getting a new MacBook next week, you can load it up with software: You are getting a solid deal with the Parallels 7 headliner ($30 off retail), but then you get some great apps up and down the lineup basically for free including:
1) Parallels Desktop 7 ($79.99) 2) BusyCal ($49.99) (first 10,000 bundles) 3) ScreenFlow 3 ($99.00) 4) Civilization V ($39.99) Gods & Kings expansion pack for just $20 5) Jaksta ($49.95) 6) Espionage 3 ($19.99) 7) Attachment Tamer 3 ($14.99) 8) Speed Download 5 ($25.00) 9) KeyCue 6 ($28) 10) A Better Finder Rename 9 ($19.95) 11) My Living Desktop 5 ($29.95)
The total value is $456.80 — MacUpdate is $49.99, as always.
Full release follows:
VMware Fusion Stories March 28, 2012
Ending Saturday, StackSocial offers the $30 The TuneUp Bundle which offers to “Cleanup your iTunes Music Collection. Automagically.” The TuneUp Bundle (Lifetime License) includes:
• Clean — Accurately fixes mislabeled or missing song information (like “Track 01” or “Unknown Artist”) using cutting-edge waveform recognition
• Cover Art — Scans your entire music collection in seconds and automagically™ fills in missing album artwork
• DeDuper— Intelligently finds and removes duplicate music files from your music library using waveform recognition
• Tuniverse — Delivers music videos, artist bios, concert alerts, social network integration and more
Ending today, MacUpdate has one of the best bundles we have ever seen on a wide-ranging set of Mac software. You are breaking even with the VMware Fusion 4 headliner, but there are great apps up and down the lineup including Drive Genius disk utility, PDFPen 5 PDF editor, Snapheal photo editing, Forklift FTP/Finder Utility, Typinator 5. These are all great apps…. expand full story
VMware Fusion Stories March 14, 2012
MacUpdate has one of the best bundles we have ever seen on a wide-ranging set of Mac software. You are breaking even with the VMware Fusion 4 headliner, but there are great apps up and down the lineup including Drive Genius disk utility, PDFPen 5 PDF editor, Snapheal photo editing, Forklift FTP/Finder Utility, Typinator 5. These are all great apps.
* 1. VMware Fusion 4 ($49.99) * 2. Drive Genius 3 ($99.00) * 3. PDFpen 5 ($59.95) 4. ForkLift 2.5 ($29.95) * 5. Typinator 5 ($33.00) * 6. DesktopShelves 2 ($14.99) * 7. Snapheal ($14.99) 8. Boom [2-Mac Home Pack] ($10.99) * 9. Phone to Mac ($24.95) * 10. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition ($29.99) * 11. Worms Special Edition ($9.99)
* = has never been in a bundle before
The total value is $377.79 — 78% off = $49.99, as always.
Full release follows:
VMware Fusion Stories November 22, 2011
VMware, the maker of a popular virtualization software Fusion, seems to be backpedalling on the last week’s release of VMware Fusion 4.1 for the Mac. As originally noted by Macworld, Fusion 4.1 was released with support for virtualization of Lion, Snow Leopard and Leopard clients. A dialog box pops up when installing an operating system client in Fusion 4.1, asking user to “verify” that they are in compliance with their software’s licensing terms.
In essence, this removes VMware from the position of having to evaluate and enforce Apple’s operating-system license, and instead leaves the decision in the hands of users.
In a new blog post today, VMware hinted an upcoming update will “fix” their “mistake”.
When the license verification step was added in VMware Fusion 4.1 the server edition check was omitted. We are preparing an update. […] Users should always ensure they remain in compliance with any applicable software license agreements.
Of course, per Apple’s EULA only server software is supposed to be virtualized and the above wording pretty much spells doom for Snow Leopard or Leopard client virtualization in the next Fusion release. At the end of the day, VMware is fixing Fusion the same way people fix their dogs. What is Apple’s official stance on this issue?