VMware fusion performance

I’m looking to tweak the performance of Windows 7 under Fusion 3.0.1, and would welcome any resources or links that readers might  be able to throw my way.

I’m interested in verifying a couple of things I read here – one, that assigning a single core to your VM rather than two improves performance, and the other being that running directly from the bootcamp partition is always slower than running from a file (ignoring the obvious fact that you can’t hibernate/suspend when running direct from Bootcamp, which obviously slows down the startup and shutdown times).

Any comments or resources would be greatly appreciated!

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Posted on Saturday, January 16, 2010 2:00 PM |

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  • # re: VMware fusion performance
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    Commented on 4/7/2010 11:28 AM

    I would like to propose not to wait until you get enough amount of money to buy all you need! You can just take the loan or student loan and feel yourself fine

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