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Is there a free VMWare for Mac?

Is there a free VMWare for Mac?

From September 2020 there is free VMWare Fusion Player 12 for macOS (VMware Fusion Blog: Fusion 12: Now Available!): Fusion Player offers a Personal Use License, available for free with a valid MyVMware account.

Can I install VirtualBox on Mac?

For Mac OS X hosts, Oracle VM VirtualBox ships in a dmg disk image file. Perform the following steps to install on a Mac OS X host: Double-click on the dmg file, to mount the contents. A window opens, prompting you to double-click on the VirtualBox.

Is a Mac VM illegal?

It is only legal to run OS X in a virtual machine if the host computer is a Mac. Therefore yes it would be legal to run OS X in VirtualBox if VirtualBox is running on a Mac.

What are virtual desktops in Mac OS X?

Virtual Desktops are a very common and popular feature in most Unix GUI’s, but as Mac OS X has included virtual desktops within Mac OS X too. Instead of being called “Virtual Desktops” though, Apple named them “Spaces”, but the concept is identical, multiple virtual workspaces on one machine.

How to create a virtual machine in VirtualBox for Mac?

Start VirtualBox and click on New option in the top menu. In welcome screen of the virtual machine wizard, click on Continue button. Set the VM Name. Set OS Type to Mac OS X and set Version to Mac OS X Server or Mac OS X Server 64 on 64-bit systems (standard Mac OS X is not officially supported in VirtualBox). Click on Continue button.

How do I install Mac OS X Lion on fusion?

In Fusion, from the menu bar, go to File > New. Choose Continue without disc. Drag and drop the Install Mac OS X Lion application onto the Use operating system installation disc or image drop-down menu. (The inner window frame highlights in blue, indicating that you can drop the file there). The drop-down menu changes to Install Mac OS X Lion.

What platform is Mac OS X based on?

OS X Lion virtual machine The current Mac computer family is based on Intel x86-64 platform and also Mac OS X is optimized for current Intel processors. The only difference between IBM-PC and Macintosh lies in a special EFI BIOS that identifies that is needed for Mac OS X.