VMware Fusion updated for Apple’s Mac OS X Leopard

“With the latest version of Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) due out sometime today, the folks over at VMware have announced a new version of its VMware Fusion product, Fusion 1.1 RC1 build 61385,” David Marshall reports for InfoWorld.

“VMware said that the RC1 version of Fusion has been working well with the pre-release version of Leopard, but that they haven’t officially tested it with the final version due out today. The good news for those existing Fusion users is that the new version will be a free upgrade,” David Marshall reports for InfoWorld.

“Fusion 1.1 includes preliminary support for Leopard and has added localized versions of the software to include French, German and Japanese. It also added support for 32- and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Vista,” David Marshall reports for InfoWorld.

“Graphics have also been updated. They have improved the 2-D drawing performance, especially on the Santa Rosa MacBook Pros. And experimental support has been added for DirectX 9.0 for 3-D graphics and gaming,” Marshall reports.

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