Completely remove VMware Fusion 8.1.1, 8.x, 7.x and 6.x with Only One Click

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On April 25, 2016, VMware Fusion ushered in a major update with the publishing of VMware Fusion 8.1.1, which has fixed many bugs, and is more compatible with Windows 10 and Mac OS X EI Capitan perfectly. In recent years, VMware Fusion has updated from version 4.0 up to 8.1. The functionality of this program is getting more and more powerful, and is quite humanized during use and installation. However, it is a pity that VMware Fusion didn’t offer a good uninstall solution. What we can get from the VMware Fusion Official site is just a manual uninstall tutorial. According to that we will need to manually delete lots of files, such as

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How to Properly Uninstall VMware Fusion on Your Mac

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VMware Fusion is a virtualization software hypervisor developed by VMware Inc. for computers running OS X with Intel processors. It allows Intel-based Macs to seamlessly run operating systems such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, NetWare, or Solaris on virtual machines. This app has rock-solid stability and unobtrusive design. It can be highly customizable by expert users, and users can run Windows applications on their Macs without rebooting. Yet, VMware Fusion is heavy on RAM and CPU, so it may result in lock-ups and crashes if system resources are low. It also requires manual cleanup of unused disk space in Windows virtual machines. Anyway, if you decide to uninstall it for one or another reason, will you be able to remove it from your Mac while not causing any trouble? Users may run into various problems that causing the failure of complete removal for unknown reasons. Now relax. This tutorial will offer you two options to uninstall VMware Fusion without hassle. Continue reading to learn some techniques about app removal on Mac.

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