MacVoices #19222: Michael Roy of VMware On The Benefits of Virtual Machines, Especially For 32-Bit Apps

There are many reasons to run virtual machines on your Mac, but one is about to become much more important. Michael Roy, Product Marketing and Management – Desktop Hypervisors for VMware, gives us in-depth information about the latest capabilities of VMware Fusion, and explains how it can be used to keep running 32-bit apps even if you upgrade to the 64-bit Catalina macOS. Find out what the options are, system requirements, and why there has never been a better time to make use of virtual machines.

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Guests:

Michael Roy is the Product Marketing and Management – Desktop Hypervisors for VMware. You can find him answering questions on the Communities area on the VMware site, as well as manning his Twitter account, @mikeroySoft, as well as those for @vmwarefusion and @vmw_workstation.


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