You can set preferences that control the behavior of Fusion.
- Set General Preferences
You can set how your mouse works, how your virtual machines behave when you quit Fusion, and other general operations.
- Select a Keyboard and Mouse Profile
Fusion provides standard keyboard and mouse profiles for each language it supports.
- Set Key Mappings on the Keyboard and Mouse Preferences Pane
You can map certain key combinations on your Mac keyboard to keys on your virtual machine.
- Set Mouse Shortcuts on the Keyboard and Mouse Preference Pane
In Fusion, you can use shortcuts to operate a single-button mouse as a two-button or three-button mouse.
- Enable or Disable Mac Host Shortcuts on the Keyboard and Mouse Preference Pane
By default in Fusion, global keyboard shortcuts that the Mac operating system or third-party applications have registered are sent to the Mac operating system instead of your virtual machine.
- Enable Fusion Shortcuts on the Keyboard and Mouse Preference Pane
Fusion has several keyboard shortcuts for Fusion commands when you are in Single Window view or Full Screen view. You can enable or disable these shortcuts in Fusion Preferences.
- Set Fusion Display Resolution Preferences
You can set preferences for how Fusion virtual machines appear in both single window mode and full screen mode.
- Set Default Applications Preferences
You can set applications from the Mac or the virtual machines to be used to open different categories of URLs.
- Creating Custom Networks
With Fusion Pro, you can change key networking settings, add and remove virtual custom networks, and create custom virtual networking configurations. The changes that you make affect all virtual machines that connect to the custom network running on the host system.
- Enable Dictation
Dictation allows you to use your voice instead of typing. You must enable Dictation in Fusion to use it with guest operating systems.