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VMware Fusion 4.1.1 Build 536016

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Sometimes latest versions of the software can cause issues when installed on older devices or devices running an older version of the operating system.

Software makers usually fix these issues but it can take them some time. What you can do in the meantime is to download and install an older version of VMware Fusion 4.1.1 Build 536016.

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What's new in this version:

Smart Full Screen
- Full screen mode provides better productivity and consistency with Mac OS X Lion than previous versions:
- The Lion full-screen button is used in virtual machine windows.
- The Lion full-screen keyboard shortcut (Cmd-Control-F) is now supported in addition to Cmd-Control-Return.
- Like other full-screen Lion applications, a VMware Fusion virtual machine moves to a new space when all displays are connected to the virtual machine.
- Switching to Full Screen mode on a secondary display uses the whole display but does not create a new space, which enables you to work in other Mac applications while the virtual machine makes full use of the secondary display.
- The VMware Fusion menu bar and toolbar are now accessible from Full Screen mode. A short delay in showing the menu allows access the top of the virtual machine screen, particularly when running Mac OS X Lion in a virtual machine.
- A redesigned, compact minibar that you can drag for quick access to common actions without leaving Full Screen mode.

Automatic virtual machine power on:
- Virtual machines can now be powered on automatically when VMware Fusion starts. You can override this setting by holding Shift when VMware Fusion starts. This feature was removed in VMware Fusion 4 but is now available in VMware Fusion 4.1 in the General settings for every virtual machine.

Improved animations:
- Improved animations for full screen mode, unity mode, library and snapshots.

Fast screen resizing and improved startup time:
- Faster screen resizing (Microsoft Hotfix 2522761 recommended), faster transitions into Unity and Full Screen modes, and improved startup time with Windows 7 virtual machines.

Improved Mac OS X Lion guest operating system support:
- Improved Mac OS X Lion virtual machine support including smoother mouse movements and support for File Vault 2 when using Mac OS X 10.7.2 or later. Upated VMware Tools disable sleep on older versions of Mac OS X virtual machines.

Improved graphics performance:
- Improved graphics performance and correctness for Internet Explorer 9 and Solidworks 2012 and improved graphics performance when using Mac OS X 10.7.2.

VMware Fusion 4.1 also resolves the following issues:
- An intermittent problem when plugging in a new USB device that resulted in error 4.
- Improved support for resizing NTFS formatted disks.
- An intermittent issue connecting USB devices attached via a Thunderbolt display.
- An intermittent issue installing Mac OS X Lion from physical media.
- Improved compatibility of shared folders for many applications.
- An issue installing VMware Tools on Ubuntu 11.10 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.7.
- A graphics rendering issue on some Mac Pro systems with very large amounts of memory
- A graphics rendering issue specific to some non-English languages.
- An intermittent problem when using the migration assistant on Mac OS X 10.7.2.
- Spurious activation messages when using Boot Camp virtual machines on some systems.