VMware Fusion works with Mac OS X and lets you run virtual machines with operating systems such as Windows or Linux. It provides a way to use different operating systems within Mac OS X and includes features for sharing your Mac's peripheral devices and files. If you no longer want to use VMware Fusion, you can uninstall the program without losing your virtual machines or their data. This allows you to use your virtual machines with VMware Fusion again in the future.
Turn off any running virtual machines and close VMware Fusion. Click the "Finder" icon in the Mac Dock and click "Macintosh HD," "Library," "Application Support" and "VMware Fusion."
Double-click "Uninstall VMware Fusion" in the list of files to launch the uninstallation wizard. Click "Uninstall" on the confirmation prompt.
Type your Mac OS X administrator password and click "OK" to uninstall VMware Fusion.
Tips & Warnings
- If you want to delete your virtual machines, navigate to the folder you designated for your virtual machines, click the virtual machine's folder and drag the folder to the "Trash" icon in the Dock.
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