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Windows 7 was one of the most popular operating systems and a significant contributor to Microsofts success story. Even today many people miss its stability and wide spread use. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of installing Windows 7 inside a virtual machine on your Mac. Whether you need to run a specific Windows program or just prefer the Windows interface, this tutorial will equip you to set up your own virtual Windows environment. By the end, you’ll be able to seamlessly switch between macOS and Windows 7 on your Mac, all within a single machine.


The following is a list of items needed to complete the installation successfully:

1) VMware Fusion 13: You can download a free trial from the VMware website.

2) Windows 7 Installation Media: You’ll need a Windows 7 installation disc or a valid ISO file. Make sure to acquire a legal copy of Windows 7, as VMware Fusion doesn’t provide operating systems.

3) Mac with an Intel Processor: VMware Fusion 13 only supports Intel-based Macs. Check the VMware Fusion website for details about support for M1 / M2 based Macs.

4) Minimum 4GB RAM: While 4GB is the minimum, 8GB or more is recommended for smoother performance, especially if you plan to run other applications alongside the virtual machine.

5) Internet connection: While not strictly necessary for the installation process, having an internet connection is helpful for downloading updates and drivers for the virtual machine later on.


The following is an overview of the steps covered in this guide:
1) Download the Windows 7 ISO image file
2) Open VMware Fusion and create a virtual machine
3) Start the virtual machine and install Windows 7
4) Restart the virtual machine and login to Windows 7
5) Conclusion and next steps

Step 1: Download the Windows 7 ISO image file.

The first step is downloading the Windows 7 ISO file. Since Windows 7 is nolonger supported by Microsoft, you can download the ISO file from unofficial sources. At billysoft we found to possible sources to download the ISO file:

1) The internet archive

Click the buttons below to download the Windows 7 ISO file from these two sources:

Step 2: Open VMware Fusion and create a virtual machine

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