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Is this the right forum for Fusion VM questions?
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Is VMWare Fusion a piece of 'hardware' or a piece of 'software'?

Software

Is VMWare Fusion an 'OS' (Operating System) or an 'Application'?

Application

Is it installed in 'OS X' or in 'Windows, Classic, Linux...'?

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Not sure about all you typed there...

I will take that as a yes...

In that case, my question is (I switched from Parallels to Fusion Trial) how do I shrink/compress my Fusion VM on my mac? It started out as 117GB and then I deleted a bunch of stuff and removed about 50-60 gigs. So now, how do I shrink the VM down, to gain more space on my mac HD...?

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Sorry, but did you try reading it?

No, Fusion does not belong in the hardware (Apple Notebooks) section.
It is a piece of software that will run on both Desktops and Notebooks.

This thread will now be moved to the appropriate forum.

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