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Macrumors post: VMware Fusion Usability Study?



Saw this, but this could very well be a spam as well. VMware has its own beta forums and most users report back to the Beta Team of their experiences and evaluate the experience at the end of the beta.

Are you an avid Mac user looking to run Windows on your Mac computer? If so, VMware is conducting a usability study for its new Mac offering, VMware Fusion, and would like your opinion!

The purpose of the study is to understand your needs for running Windows on the Mac and learn how you interact with Fusion so that we can improve the product to meet your needs. We’re looking for Mac users at all levels, especially those who have limited or no experience with virtualization products.

These studies will take place at our VMware offices in Palo Alto from February 20th – Mar. 2nd. We are looking for people in the San Francisco/Bay Area willing to travel to our Palo Alto offices during these dates. During the session we will ask you to perform a number of tasks and to answer questions about your experience performing these tasks. The session is expected to last no more than 90 minutes. In appreciation of your time, we would like to offer $100 in American Express gift cards, or a VMware Fusion license.


Funny post, like I said, if you want to send a feedback , do it through the VMware site and not just some forum unless of course VMware endorses it!

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