It now supports OpenGL 2.1 and DirectX 9 Shader Model 3.0, giving you some more graphics powah in Windows, so you can run Windows’ Aero interface with Flip3D (and play games, if you’re daring). The more integrated Windows apps respond to commands like cmd+q and yes, work with Dock Expose. It’s $US80 for a fresh copy or $US40 for an upgrade. [VMWare via AppleInsider]
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