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VMware Workstation

VMware Workstation 10.0.2 Build 1744117 DownloadVMware Workstation 10.0.2 Build 1744117Date added: April, 19th 2014 - Commercial Trial

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    VMware Workstation 10.0.2 Build 1744117

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VMware Workstation is one of the most popular and widely used applications for running and managing virtual operating systems via remote connections. By offering broad operating system support, industry leading feature set, high performance tools, and rich user experience, VMware Workstation represents the perfect companion for serious PC enthusiasts, technical professionals and businesses who wants to have access to the best possible tools in the world.

By using VMware Workstation and its many included tools such as totally free to use VMware Player, you will have complete control over your remote operating systems and virtual machines that provide full access their storage devices, USB drives and access their local network connections. Interface of VMware Workstation is very much streamlined in the way of the other apps that were made by VMware since their formation in 1998 and development over the next years (VMware Server, VMware Player and others).  Novice users will be happy that this app is fully streamlined to be used by them, with main dashboard promoting easy to use shortcuts to most popular tools such as “Create new Virtual Machine”, “Open a Virtual Machine”, “Connect to a Remote Server”, “Virtualize a Physical Machine”, “Virtual Network Editor” and “Workstation Preferences”.

The full version VMware Workstation even gives you the opportunity to connect and completely control virtual machines that were created with other programs (Microsoft, Workstation, ESX Server, GSX, etc.). If you are person who likes to run virtual machines that execute Microsoft Windows, Linux or BSD, then  VMware Workstation is the perfect hypervisor program for you.

What’s New in Workstation?

Best in Class Windows 8 Support
To help you and your organization evaluate Windows 8, master the Metro UI and test your applications, VMware Workstation 9 is optimized for running Windows 8 virtual machines and running on Windows 8 PCs. Easy Install simplifies the task of creating Windows 8 virtual machines, Unity mode will intelligently scale windows with Metro applications and multi-touch support will ensure you get the true Windows 8 experience in a virtual machine.

Access from Almost any Device
Workstation’s new web interface allows you to access your virtual machines running in Workstation or vSphere on a tablet, smart phone, PC or any device with a modern browser. No plugins necessary. Now you can power on, off, or suspend your virtual machines and interact with them from almost anywhere.

Set It and Send It
Create virtual machines that are encrypted, block USB devices, require a runtime password, and another password to change virtual machine settings. Once set, send the virtual machine to anyone to run on their Mac, Windows, or Linux machines by using VMware Fusion Professional.

From PC to Datacenter and Back Again
In Workstation 8 we introduced the ability to upload a virtual machine from your PC to vSphere. Workstation 9 takes the next step and allows you to drag and drop a virtual machine from vSphere to your PC. It’s the easiest way to move virtual machines between your PC and your internal cloud.

Better 3D Graphics
With faster 3D graphics and support for DirectX 9.0c Shader Model 3 and OpenGL 2.1 3D graphics in a Windows and now Linux virtual machine, VMware Workstation easily handles demanding 3D applications like AutoCAD, Solidworks, and many current games.



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