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   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.parallels.com/en/products/desktop/ Parallels Desktop]</td>
 
   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.parallels.com/en/products/desktop/ Parallels Desktop]</td>
 
   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.vmware.com/products/beta/fusion/ VMware Fusion]</td>
 
   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.vmware.com/products/beta/fusion/ VMware Fusion]</td>
   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.kju-app.org/kju/ Q]</td>
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   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/q%5Bkju%5D.html Q]<br>([http://www.kju-app.org/kju/ Developer site])</td>
 
   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.virtualbox.org/ Oracle VirtualBox]</td>
 
   <td bgcolor="#f8f8f8">[http://www.virtualbox.org/ Oracle VirtualBox]</td>
 
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   <td>N/A</td>
 
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   <td>1.0 RC (50460)</td>
 
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   <td>0.9.0d89</td>
 
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   <td>[http://www.vmware.com/community/thread.jspa?messageID=624306 8 GB]</td>
 
   <td>[http://www.vmware.com/community/thread.jspa?messageID=624306 8 GB]</td>
 
   <td>?</td>
 
   <td>?</td>
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   <td>Windows <br>Linux <br>Solaris</td>
 
   <td>Windows <br>Linux <br>Solaris</td>
 
   <td>Windows <br>Linux <br>Solaris <br>FreeBSD <br>Novell</td>
 
   <td>Windows <br>Linux <br>Solaris <br>FreeBSD <br>Novell</td>
   <td>None</td>
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   <td>Windows <br>Linux<br>Solaris<br>OS/2<br></td>
 
   <td>Windows <br>Linux<br>Solaris<br>OS/2<br></td>
 
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   <td>64-bit guests <br>Multiprocessor guests <br>Battery information in the guest <br>Built-in VNC server <br>[http://www.vmware.com/interfaces/paravirtualization.html Paravirtualization extensions (VMI)]</td>
 
   <td>64-bit guests <br>Multiprocessor guests <br>Battery information in the guest <br>Built-in VNC server <br>[http://www.vmware.com/interfaces/paravirtualization.html Paravirtualization extensions (VMI)]</td>
 
   <td>?</td>
 
   <td>?</td>
   <td>Built-in RDP server<br>USB over RDP<br>64-bit guests <br>Multiprocessor guests <br>Paravirtualized 3D/2D accelerated video, mouse, and networking</td>
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   <td>Built-in RDP server (?) <br>USB over RDP (?)</td>
 
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=== Overview ===
 
=== Overview ===
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VMware VMware] kicked off virtualization on x86 hardware in the late 1990s, and was later acquired by [http://www.emc.com/news/emc_releases/showRelease.jsp?id=2025&l=en&c=US EMC]. Although VMware products are capable of using [http://www.virtualizationsoftwares.com virtualization] [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86_virtualization hardware extensions], this functionality is off by default because for normal workloads, it's actually [http://www.vmware.com/pdf/asplos235_adams.pdf slower] for the current generation of hardware extensions.
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VMware VMware] kicked off virtualization on x86 hardware in the late 1990s, and was later acquired by [http://www.emc.com/news/emc_releases/showRelease.jsp?id=2025&l=en&c=US EMC]. Although VMware products are capable of using [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86_virtualization virtualization hardware extensions], this functionality is off by default because for normal workloads, it's actually [http://www.vmware.com/pdf/asplos235_adams.pdf slower] for the current generation of hardware extensions.
  
 
Fusion uses the same disk format as other VMware products, so you can move virtual machines between them. Fusion uses a native Cocoa UI. You can download hundreds of [http://www.vmware.com/vmtn/appliances/ free preconfigured virtual machines] for use with VMware products (in some cases they may require minor tweaking to work).
 
Fusion uses the same disk format as other VMware products, so you can move virtual machines between them. Fusion uses a native Cocoa UI. You can download hundreds of [http://www.vmware.com/vmtn/appliances/ free preconfigured virtual machines] for use with VMware products (in some cases they may require minor tweaking to work).
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== Q ==
 
== Q ==
Download from the [http://www.kju-app.org/ developer site].
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Download from [http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/q%5Bkju%5D.html Apple] or go to the [http://www.kju-app.org/kju/ developer site].
  
 
=== Overview ===
 
=== Overview ===

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