VMware Fusion 13 Pro, the virtual machine software for the macOS platform, has been released, bringing some new features: support for macOS Ventura 13, support for virtual TPM 2.0 modules with Windows 11, and support for running ARM virtual machines on Apple Silicon Macs.
Hardware Intel or Apple Silicon Mac models. Mac models with macOS 12 Monterey or later.
Software macOS 12 Monterey and macOS 13 Ventura
Support for new client operating systems.
Microsoft Windows 11
Microsoft Windows Server 2022
Apple Silicon Mac Support.
Fusion now supports running Arm virtual machines on Apple Silicon Macs
Generic packages for x86 and Apple Silicon.
A single common package (.dmg) for Intel and Apple Silicon Macs is available
New Virtual Trusted Platform Module 2.0.
Fusion now offers the Virtual Trusted Platform Module (version 2.0) appliance to support Windows 11 and other operating systems that require TPM.
New Full or Fast Encryption feature.
You can now choose between secure (full) and performance (fast) encryption options.
Improved graphics support OpenGL 4.3.
Fusion now supports OpenGL 4.3 for Windows and Linux on Intel Macs, and Linux arm64 virtual machines on Apple Silicon Macs.
WDDM 1.2 support.
Fusion now supports WDDM (Windows Display Driver Model) version 1.2 for virtual machines.
Support for vSphere 8 and ESXi 8.
In addition to standard power operations for ESXi hosts, Fusion 13 supports.
Connection to ESXi 8 hosts or vCenter Server 8
Uploading or downloading virtual machines between ESXi and Fusion (currently Intel Mac only)
Create a new virtual machine on a remote server via the local desktop