You can set a virtualization engine that is different than the default.
By default, Fusion selects the virtualization engine best suited to your virtual machine's operating system and your Mac's processor. You can override the automatic setting and select a specific virtualization engine. If you are not familiar with the options, keep the default setting.
- Select .
- Select a virtual machine in the Virtual Machine Library window and click Settings.
- Under Other in the Settings window, click Advanced.
- Select an option from the Preferred virtualization engine menu.
The Fusion default setting.
Option unsupported in Fusion. A virtual machine created in Workstation Pro might have this set as a value.
A virtualization technique for the x86 architecture in which the instruction stream is inspected and machine instructions that are not virtualizable are replaced with safe code.
The Intel implementation of hardware-assisted virtualization, a technique in which the CPU allows software to specify instructions that are not virtualizable to cause traps, making them virtualizable. All Intel Macs have this feature.
Intel VTx with EPT
EPT (Extended Page Tables) is an improvement to hardware-assisted virtualization technology that provides virtual MMU (Memory Management Unit) support.
Indicates an option unsupported in Fusion.