VMware Workstation Pro is the industry standard for running multiple operating systems as virtual machines on a single PC. Thousands of IT professionals, developers and businesses use Workstation Pro and Workstation Player to be more agile, more productive and more secure every day. VMware provides the most stable and secure desktop virtualization platform in the industry. VMware Workstation is a handy tool which will let your virtual machines like windows and Linux. This application has been specially developed for the IT experts and software developers who are in need of advanced and reliable virtualization tool. The application also has the ability to drag and drop virtual machines from PC to the cloud. It has got so many powerful features which make the user appreciate.
- Powerful Desktop Virtualization
- Dev and Test Capabilities for any Platform
- Locally Controlled Corporate Desktops
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Editors’ Review :
VMware Player lets users run multiple operating systems on one computer. Do you have to run Windows for work but prefer Linux for pleasure? Not a problem! The program is plain and intuitive, with a wizard design that walks you through each step of the virtual machine creation process. The opening menu lets you select whether you want to create a new virtual machine, open an existing virtual machine, upgrade to VMware Workstation, or view the program’s HTML Help file. We chose to create a new virtual machine, and the program asked us to choose whether we were using an installation disk, using a disk image, or installing the operating system later. You can select whether you’re installing Windows, Linux, Novell NetWare, Sun Solaris, or another operating system, and choose the correct version from a drop-down menu. You are then asked to choose a name and location for the virtual machine and to set its maximum size. Click Finish and the program goes to work creating your virtual machine. VMware Player is very easy to use, even for novices, and the HTML Help file is well-written and thorough. The program may not be as full-featured as some other virtual machine applications, but it should meet the needs of most users, especially those who don’t want to have to purchase the software. VMware Player installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program.
A Brief Look :
VMware Player lets users run multiple operating systems on one computer. Do you have to run Windows for work but prefer Linux for pleasure? Not a problem! VMware Player Free. Runs virtual machines created by VMware Workstation or other VM products. Downloadable preconfigured VMs available for several OSs and applications. Extremely easy to use. The free VMware Player brings many of the benefits of virtual machines to the average user. It can’t create VMs and doesn’t include the most advanced features of the $189 VMware Workstation. But it lets the user run alternate operating systems or configurations with ease, even those created using non-VMware products. So you should try it.
Technical Specification :
- Software Setup Name – VMware Player
- Software Setup Size – 90.6 MB
- Software Setup Type – Standalone Installer
- Software Version – 14.1.1 Build 7528167
- Compatibility – 32 bit (x86)/64 bit (x64)
- Developer/Author – VMware Inc.
- Developer Homepage – click here
System Requirements :
- Operating Systems – Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10
- RAM (Memory) – 1 GB of RAM required
- Hard Drive Space – 2 GB of free space required
- Processor – Intel Pentium 3 or later
How To Install VMware Player 14.1.1 Build 7528167 on your PC?
- Load VMware Player program from your disks.
- Run as administrator.
- Complete the registration information.
- Select the installation options.
- After it is installed click on finish.
Click on the button below to start downloading VMware Player 14.1.1 Build 7528167
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