VMware Workstation is an operating system utility designed mostly for professional users who can develop to develop different activities according to their needs. With this program, you can create a cloud in your computer to access whenever you want, and use the highest demand applications.
With this software you can use 3D graphics, run with the support of Open GL 2.1 and DirectX 9.0c Shader Model 3, and in virtual machines such as Linux or Windows.
Create virtual machines
VMware Workstation runs security scans and analyses your operating system. It will keep everything under control and offer a huge amount of possibilities. Everything that could damage the integrity of your computer and its perfect functioning can be controlled at any time.
The main intention of VMware Workstation is to create virtual machines. What’s best is that there is no limit to the amount of virtual machines created, only what the hardware supports. It could seem quite complicated and, in fact it can be, depending on your user level. Nevertheless, if you’re a beginner you can still use it without taking advantage of all it’s tools.
VMware Workstation 10.0.4 Features
The features of this software are listed below:
- Windows 8 support
- Access your virtual machine from almost any device such as PC, smartphone or tablet
- Set your virtual machine and send it to anyone to run on their devices
- Upload virtual machines from your computer to vSphere
- Drag and drop virtual machines from vSphere to your computer
- Improved 3D graphics
For further information about VMware Workstation, you can visit the official website .
For running the program you need to have a processor of 1 Ghz and also a RAM memory of 512MB. But, if you want to virtualise this system you also need to have a processor up to 3.0 Ghz and at least a RAM memory of 1GB.
Other alternatives to work in a virtual computer include VirtualBox. You can connect it with your personal computer and use it without disturbing the second, thus creating another version totally independent from Linux or Windows.
If you like VMware products, don’t hesitate in trying VMware Player, which also allows you to use several operating systems at the same time. It also detects all the hardware that your computer could have installed, such as video, networks or sound cards.
VMware Workstation allows you to work with several operating systems at the same time, in a cloud, with 3D graphics and analyses your computer looking for any problems or damages.
You have to register at the official website
You can only use it for 30 days
- Great advances in this version
- 3D graphics
- Wide compatibility
- Quite easy to use
- High resources requirement
- Quite complicated for beginners
Popular Workstation Made Better Than Ever with the Release of Updated Version
By Pablo Conde Ferrer
On Monday, November 24, 2014
Workstation is a highly technical topic in the computer world. In the office scenario, it is most commonly referred to as the area where we work or an individual’s work area, thus workstation. For PC enthusiasts however, not to mention network administrators or analysts, a workstation is a host computer, not just a server, which acts as a virtual machine that can control remote computers running on different operating systems. Such power can be found in one of the most popular workstation developed by VMWare. Not focusing on its negative side, VMWare’s initial release of their Workstation has resulted in the discovery of a number of known issues that were thankfully resolved with the release of their Workstation version 10.0.1. It was a phenomenal release do to the fact that it provided fixes to many problems with the software. In the previous versions, Workstation’s interface crashes whenever large virtual machines were cloned. It cannot launch when working in Linux OS. Hot plugged SATA virtual disks do not work as well. These are among the issues that I noticed that were resolved in this release.
- User interface is more stable
- Changes in Tools menu does not cause black screen anymore
- Computers with high specifications is required
Open and test various applications quickly using different operating systems
By Sam James
On Friday, June 20, 2014
When we hear the words “virtual machine” for the first time, it may sound complicated and technical. But when we get familiar its function, that’s when we get to appreciate its features and various uses. VMware Workstation offers a virtual machine that can run diverse applications using different operating systems at the same time. You can use it on Windows, Linux and other OS. You can test and assess multiple programs in a stable environment. What I find very practical about this software is that I can use only one PC to do all these activities. Moreover, if you are using a Windows 8.1 computer, VMware Workstation 10 can now convert it to a virtual machine which is great. You will be able to work faster and easier with the use of this powerful and valuable software. The developer also released an update to fix issues with this program. If your work is related to the technical field, you will find this software very helpful.
- Support for Windows 8.1 is provided
- Works well with Linux and Windows
- Software needs high computer requirements
VMWare Finally Released a Free Update to Resolve Important Issues in their Workstation App
By Rose Sincro
On Friday, June 20, 2014
Though not entirely in charge of the server room in our office at work, I do know a thing or two about workstations. VMWare has done a good job when they released their first Workstation. Reviews were great until some computer enthusiasts noticed certain problems with the software. My friends from the IT department at work have similar stories about it. Thankfully, VMWare was finally able to resolve these problems.
To resolve the problems that users encountered with VMWare’s Workstation, they released the 10.0.1 update. It included fixes and enhancements that made their workstation a better choice. First, release to manufacturing versions of Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and 8.1 is now supported by the workstation. Second, the built-in player no longer freezes whenever other running software freezes. It also fixed the problem where Workstation hangs during shutdown.
Lastly, improvements were implemented to make VMWare’s Workstation a better one. It is now compatible with AMD CPUs. It can now display correctly across multi-monitor hosts running in Windows, and it even when its Legacy Floppy does not work properly, it will boot from DVD or CD.
- Can support various operating systems
- Problems were resolved and improvements implemented
- Host computer must have high specifications