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iTALC promotes learning on a classroom network

Posted by: on March 22, 2008 06:28 PM
Overall a fair assessment of Fusion, but I really have a hard time agreeing with your comment about it being "...not cheap...". Sure it's not open source, but once you make the decision to purchase a piece of commercial software (I realise this is a bridge too far for some purists ;-) how you can call $80 for an absolutely stunning piece of engineering that gives you a near-perfect x86 virtual machines "...not cheap..." is way beyond me. Think back to what you had to do 5 years ago if you wanted to experiment with another operating system. For the record I'm a server side developer running Fusion with Win2K, OpenSolaris, and CentOS... it works well for me :-)

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