You can work with virtual machines in the same way that you can work with physical machines. Your Mac and virtual machines can also interact. Scan for Virtual Machines to Add to the Virtual Machine LibraryYou can quickly add multiple virtual machines to the Virtual Machine Library by initiating a scan. Running Fusion and Virtual MachinesYou can start up, shut down, suspend, pause, resume, restart, and reset your virtual machines. You can send power commands to either the guest operating system or the virtual machine. Open a Windows Application While You Are in Unity ViewWhen a virtual machine is running in Unity view, you do not see the guest operating system's desktop, but you can open an application without it. Open a Windows Application from the Applications MenuThe applications menu is accessible after you click the VMware Unity icon () in the Mac Dock. Moving and Sharing Files with Your MacWith Fusion, you can move and share files between a virtual machine and your Mac. Sharing Applications Between Your Mac and Your Windows Virtual MachinesIn the Applications panel of the virtual machine Settings window, you can set up Fusion so that your Mac can open applications in a virtual machine or so that a virtual machine can open applications on your Mac, or both. Keep a Windows Application in the Mac DockYou can place an icon tile for a Windows application in your Mac Dock. You can open the application in the same way that you open your Mac applications. You can access your virtual machine's applications without having to use the VMware Fusion menu bar or the guest operating system interface. Switch Between Virtual Machines That Are Powered OnYou can operate multiple virtual machines at the same time, and can switch between them easily. Using Mac Input Devices in a Virtual MachineTo use Mac keyboards, mice, and trackpads in a virtual machine, you sometimes must change settings and use key combinations as equivalents to PC commands. Force Virtual Machines to Grab Keyboard and Mouse InputYou can set the virtual machine to grab mouse and keyboard input. When input is grabbed, the mouse pointer is confined to the virtual machine window, and all keyboard and mouse input is directed to the virtual machine.