Six of one, half dozen of the other. I voted VMware Fusion because I use it and have personally used VMware virtualization solutions for about a decade before Macs went Intel. That said, I predominantly install and configure Parallels these days, as that's the "stock" product, and I find it's equally as robust and feature rich... I like the folder sharing implementation in Parallels.
What's interesting, albeit a little more raw, is the free open source VirtualBox.
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fusion love it and it is fast.
easier to config and faster than Parallels
I use it to config our security cameras..
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