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    Retina screen quality in Windows (VMware Fusion)
    Hi,

    I have a 15-inch rMBP (early 2013) and websites with quality images and photos look amazing : very sharp photos, fonts are not jagged, etc, which is great to look at. I have my screen on "More Space" which equals to 1920x1200.

    At the same time, on the same machine, I'm running Windows 7 with VMware Fusion 5 (latest version), also at a resolution of 1920x1200, and the same high-quality website (in the same browser) doesn't look so good : photos are not sharp and fonts are jagged.

    How's that possible? VMware screen Driver?

    Thanks,
    Kris

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    Have you enabled Retina support in VMWare Fusion 5? It isn't by default. Read more here.
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    ...Ashwin



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