VMware Workstation 8.0.0.47178.0 x86 & x64 Windows - Linux

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VMware Workstation 8.0.0.47178.0 x86 & x64 Windows - Linux

Post by Donutz on Tue Nov 29, 2011 3:38 pm

VMware Workstation 8.0.0.47178.0 x86 & x64 Windows - Linux

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VMware Workstation 8.0.0.47178.0 x86 & x64 Windows/Linux | 1.09 GB
Year / Release Date : 2011
Version : 8 Build 471 780
Developer : VMware Inc.
Website 32bit +64 bit Compatibility with Vista : full compatibility with Windows 7 : complete Language : English Tablet : None

System Requirements : Standard x86-compatible or x86-compatible 64-personal Computer. 1.3GHz or faster CPU Minimum. Compatible Processors include the following: Intel - Pentium 4 Pentium M (with PAE) Core Core 2 Core i3 i5 Core and Core i7 Processors AMD - Athlon Athlon MP Athlon XP Athlon 64 Athlon X2 Duron Opteron Turion X2 Turion 64 Sempron Phenom Phenom II and Multiprocessor Systems Are supported. Support for 64-bit guest operating systems is available with Intel VT compatible PC with Intel ? Virtualization Technology feature turned on or most AMD64 processors (except the earliest revision C Opteron processors .)
VMware Workstation - known program for virtualization. This product is a powerful solution for software developers and system administrators who are creating and testing a full-integrated network applications server-class operating in different environments.
The unique technology of VMware MultipleWorlds isolates operating systems and applications within virtual machines and the disposal of each virtual machine is a standard PC x86 with its own processor and memory. Key features: "The simultaneous launch of multiple guest operating systems on one computer "Running a virtual machine in windows desktop core operating system and full screen "Installing virtual machines without re-partitioning "Running is already installed on your computer operating system without reinstalling or re-configure the "Run application on the Windows operating system is a Linux box and vice versa "Creating and testing applications simultaneously for different systems "Running is not tested applications without risk of endangering the stability of the system or lose critical data "Sharing files and applications in different virtual machines by using a virtual network of "Running a client-server and Web applications on a single PC "Running on One PC multiple virtual machines and modeling of network Extras

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