Loc: Oceanside, CA USA
I went with Fusion for several reasons. <br><br>1: They had a great rebate - and the price at Amazon plus the rebate made it $42.00. <br><br>2: It supports multi-processors. Considering I have eight cores now, that was significant. <br><br>3: They had a free utility that let me convert my Virtual PC 7 volume to a volume Fusion can work with. After re-activation of XP Pro, it's worked flawlessly!<br><br>4: VMWare has a long history in virtualization.<br><br>Eric<br><br>I didn't attend the funeral, but I sent a nice letter saying that I approved of it. - Mark Twain<br>
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