If you use VMware Fusion to run virtual machines on your Mac, it’s time to upgrade.
Version 11 has arrived with full support for macOS Mojave, the 18-core iMac Pro, and the six-core MacBook Pro released this year. The upgrade also adds enhanced Metal graphics rendering, an updated user interface, and more.
VMware Fusion makes it easy to run Windows or Linux apps right alongside Mac apps in macOS. There’s no need to mess around with Boot Camp partitions or restart your machine. It’s also great for running a second macOS setup in a virtual machine.
With its version 11 upgrade, VMware Fusion is even better.
VMware Fusion 11 is here for Mojave
VMware Fusion 11 is fully-compatible with macOS Mojave, which rolled out to everyone on Monday. It also plays nicely with the super-snappy iMac Pro with an 18-core Intel Xeon W chip, and the 2018 MacBook Pro with a six-core Intel Core i9 chip.
The upgrade brings a redesigned application menu that makes it easier to switch between your virtual machines, run apps, change settings, and more. It also allows MacBook Pro owners to customize their Touch Bar shortcuts.
Other additions include automated disk cleanup, virtual network simulation, and more. VMware also promises performance and security enhancements.
Upgrade to VMware Fusion 11 today
For the full list of improvements, and to purchase VMware Fusion 11, check out the VMware website.
If you already own Fusion 8, Fusion 8.5, or Fusion 10, you can upgrade to Fusion 11 for $49.99, or to Fusion 11 Pro for $119.99. If you purchased Fusion 10 after August 21, 2018, you’ll get an upgrade to Fusion 11 for free.
Full pricing for Fusion 11 and Fusion 11 Pro is $79.99 and $159.99, respectively.