VMware Blend upgraded to support Windows 10, however with bug in Unity mode


A week after Parallels was updated to support Windows 10, VMware has actually done the same with an update to its Blend software application– however with a bug when utilized in Unity mode. Unity mode is where Windows apps are run together with Mac ones.

Combination was today updated to version 8, with efficiency improvements as well as Windows 10 compatibility, however the business has confirmed a bug identified by ArsTechnica in which the Windows Start screen is sometimes unavailable (above left) and at other times has the search bar covered by the Mac’s dock (above right). When not available, the Toggle Start Screen choice is greyed-out …… VMware confirmed the bug to us

yesterday, and said it will certainly not be repaired in the preliminary variation heading out to customers today. It will be repaired in a point release later on. As with Parallels, Fusion 8 is compatible with El Capitan and supports always-on

access to Microsoft’s intelligent assistant, Cortana. It likewise enables 5K Retina iMacs to run Windows virtual machines in 5K mode. Fusion 8 costs$ 79.99 for new users, or $49.99 as an upgrade from Fusion 6 or 7.

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