The Best Way to Run Windows on a Mac
VMare Fusion 7 is the easiest, fastest and most reliable way to run Window's application on a Mac without rebooting. It is recommended for new and existing Mac users who want to continue running the Windows application they can't live without.
Windows Aplications on a Mac Made Easy
VMware Fusion 7 makes it easier than ever to run Windows on a Mac. Use Windows applications, with seamless copy-and-paste, drag-and-drop, and networking and printing that require no additional setup.
Run you Favorite Windows Applications
Run your favorite Windows application alongside Mac applications without rebooting. Whether you would like to run Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 on a Mac, the Fusion easy to install feature will get you up and running in no time. With the ability to run Windows-only applications like Microsoft Project, Access and Internet Explorer, Fusion turns your Mac into the ultimate computer for compatibility.
Easily Switch from a PC to a Mac
It's easy to transfer your entire PC to your Mac with the Fusion PC migration assistant for Windows so you can make the most of youir Windows investment. Get the best of both worlds with Mac virtualization and have access to you Window's applications and all the files from your old PC direct on your Mac, whenever you need them.
Run Windows Applications Like Mac Applications
Launch Windows applications directly from the Dock, Spotlight, or Launchpad and view them in Expose, Spaces and Mission Control as if they were Mac Applications. Easily interact with Windows applications using Mac shortcuts and intuitive gestures.
The Perfect Complement to Boot Camp
No more choosing between Windows or Mac at startup. Fusion lets you run Windows and Mac applications side-by-side directly from your existing Boot Camp partition. And when you're ready, easily import your Boot Camp partition and reclaim unused space on your partition, while taking advantage of great virtualization-only features like Snapshot, AutoProtect and the ability to instant Suspend and Resume without waiting for Windows to boot.