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Which VMware works on Mac?

Which VMware works on Mac?

VMware Fusion™
VMware Fusion™ allows you to run your favorite PC applications on your Intel-based Mac. Designed from the ground up for the Mac user, VMware Fusion makes it easy to take advantage of the security, flexibility, and portability of virtual machines to run Windows and other x86 operating systems side-by-side with Mac OS X.

Can you virtualize macOS on VMware?

According to Apple’s licensing policies, VMware only supports the virtualization of Apple Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) client or server, Apple Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) client or server, Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) client or server, Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) client or server, Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) client or server.

Can I virtualize macOS?

Is it possible to virtualize osx? Yes. VMware Fusion natively supports running Mac OS X in a virtual machine. However, Apple’s license only permits Mac OS X Server to run in a virtual machine, and requires that you run it on Apple hardware, so make sure you obey the terms of your software license.

How do I download VMware horizon client on Mac?


  1. On the Mac client system, browse to the URL for downloading the Horizon Client installer file. The filename format is VMware-Horizon-Client- YYMM – y.y.y – xxxxxx .
  2. Double-click the . dmg file and click Agree.
  3. In the Finder window, drag the VMware Horizon Client icon to the Applications folder icon.

Does my Mac support virtualization?

All macOS computers that have an Intel i7 or i9 cpu should have VT-x virtualization support enabled by default. To get Nested Virtualization support you will need to upgrade to the Parallels Desktop for Mac Pro edition to get this feature. Happy running Windows or Linux in virtualization on macOS!

How do I install Lion on my Mac?

Use the OS X Lion Installer

  1. Click the Lion installer Dock icon (or double-click the Install Mac OS X Lion application in the Applications folder) to start the Lion installation process.
  2. Click Continue in the window that opens.
  3. Scroll through the terms of use and click Agree.
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