New support for Ubuntu Improvements for encrypted virtual machines. Improved resolution settings. Improved remote experience Fusion 8 Pro only.
Support the retina Macs, including iMac 5k and 12" MacBook. Echo cancellation for voice and video calls with Microsoft Lync and Skype. Improved Start menu. Improved new VM creator. Fixes an issue involving installing El Capitan as a guest OS.
Fixes issues with virtual machines crashing, and other compatibility fixes. Fixes issues with Windows 10 easy installation and other compatibility improvements.
Fixes issues with nat and port forwarding and other compatibility improvements. Addresses an out-of-bounds memory access vulnerability related to the drag-and-drop feature.
This may allow a guest to execute code on the operating system that runs VMware Fusion. Addresses an issue that could cause Fusion on mac OS It contains bug fixes, security updates, and performance improvements. This vulnerability might allow a guest to execute code on the operating system that runs VMware Fusion. It contains bug fixes and security updates.
Day 0 support of the Windows 10 Creators Update version as a guest operating system and contains bug fixes and security updates. This update of VMware Fusion exposes hardware support for branch target injection mitigation to VMware guests. This hardware is used by some guest operating systems to mitigate CVE also called by the name "Spectre". Other notable features include: It contains bug fixes for a compatibility issue with other hypervisor software. Improves support for Windows 10 October Update version  Contains bug fixes and security updates, added support for Windows 10 19H1 Ubuntu Mitigates a virtual machine performance issue.
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The Windows 10 Technical Preview was recently announced during the first week of October via pictures only. Recently Microsoft took it one step further and released the technical preview as a downloadable ISO for all to enjoy. I never usually jump to being one of the first guys to install a new Microsoft OS, but for some reason I felt this one was worth a try. So far so good. Configure the new virtual machine with all of the default settings and if you feel the need to change the amount of RAM do so now.
I left mine at 2 GB just for this test. Once Windows starts installing on the VM you should be done in less than 15 minutes give or take.
You will need a Verification Code that MS sends you during the 1st steps of the setup. Plus that in. Microsoft wants you to login with your Outlook. I think they need to leave this alone and just go back to the original username set up. A few days after my install I heard there is a way to bypass this altogether but I have yet to try that out. Answer as you wish. A few more clicks and Windows is on its way to configuring your system and bringing you to the Windows 10 desktop.
Right off the bat I think I enjoy the new interface that Windows 10 has. Not much difference here. I just felt that I should do it to see if it even works or if there was any bugs or error messages that came to light. Nothing so far has looked out of the ordinary. Thoughts Like I mentioned earlier, I believe Windows 10 can be the next good replacement for Windows 7. I am a huge fan of Windows 7 and staying on Windows 7 as long as possible sounds like the same thing that happened to me during the Windows XP Age lol.
I may even consider flipping it into a linked clone within my VMware View environment, why not, right? I would be happy to hear other use cases or fun things you have tried so far. Also tell me about any bugs or Easter Eggs you have come across in your testing. His responsibilities include generating content, evangelism, collecting product feedback, and presenting at events. Nigel can be found blogging on nigelhickey.
I am running Fusion 6. Does anyone know for sure if Fusion 7 fixes this issue?