VMware Workstation Pro

VMware Workstation Pro is a program designed for workstations, allows you to emulate an independent computer in a working operating system environment and work with it as with a normal system.

Using this method, you can install various operating systems and applications for them, go online and do everyday tasks, albeit at a slightly slower speed.

The benefit of this method is the ability to test different software under different operating systems without harming the current system installed on the main computer, as well as testing some hardware solutions. It can make life much easier for developers of cross-platform applications and those who like to work with new operating systems.

Key features:
“Simultaneous launch of several guest operating systems on one computer
” Running a virtual machine in the desktop windows of the main operating system and in full screen
“Installing virtual machines without repartitioning disks
“Launching the OS already installed on the computer without reinstalling or re-configuring it
” Launching Windows applications on a Linux computer and vice versa
“Creating and testing applications simultaneously for different systems
” Launching untested applications without the risk of disrupting the stable operation of the system or losing critical data
“Sharing files and applications by different virtual machines by using a virtual network
” Launching client-server and web applications on one PC
“Launching several virtual computers on one PC and simulating the work of a local network

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A compatible 64-bit x86/AMD64 CPU launched in 2011 or later.
Windows 10-11

Windows server: 2012 R2 – 22
 2 GB of RAM. 4 GB and above is recommended.
Disk Drive Requirements for Host Systems:
Hard disk
IDE, SATA, SCSI and NVMe hard drives are supported.
At least 1 GB free disk space is recommended for each guest operating system and the application software used with it.

If you use a default setup, the actual disk space needs are approximately the same as those for installing and running the guest operating system and applications on a physical computer.

Refer to the vendor’s recommended disk space for a specific guest operating system.

For basic installation, ~2.5 GB of free disk space is required on Windows and Linux.
You can delete the installer after the installation is complete to reclaim disk space.

Optical CD-ROM and DVD
IDE, SATA, and SCSI optical drives are supported.
CD-ROM and DVD drives are supported.
ISO disk image files are supported.

Virtual machines can connect to disk drives on the host computer.
Floppy disk image files are also supported.

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