7:10 PMVMware- Workstation 7.1.4 Build 385536 (2011)
VMware Workstation 7.1.4 Build 385536 (2011) | 562 Mb
VMware Workstation 7 is the gold standard in desktop virtualization, transforming the way technical professionals develop, test, demo and deploy software. Innovative features help developers, QA engineers, sales professionals and IT administrators reduce hardware costs, manage risk and streamline tasks, saving time and improving productivity.
Program Type: Virtual machine software
Release Date: 30 Mar, 2011
Interface Language: English
File Size: 562 Mb
From the creator of PC virtualization comes the most reliable, secure way to run multiple operating systems at the same time. Winner of more than 50 industry awards, VMware Workstation is an integral component of any serious technical professional's toolkit. VMware Workstation provides the most dependable, high-performing, and secure virtual machine platform. It offers the broadest host and guest operating system support, the richest user experience, and the most comprehensive feature set.
VMware Workstation delivers the broadest guest platform support for running multiple operating systems at the same time on a PC. VMware Workstation supports over 200 operating systems, including Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and over 20 other versions of Windows along with Redhat, Ubuntu, OpenSuse and 26 additional versions of Linux. And now VMware Workstation can run VMware vSphere and VMware ESXi for testing or demonstration purposes right on your PC.
- Run multiple operating systems at the same time without rebooting.
- Evaluate and test new operating systems, applications and patches in an isolated environment.
- Facilitate fast, efficient testing of applications across a large number of configurations.
- Quickly debug applications on multiple platforms with developer tool integration.
- Easily revert your virtual machine to a prior, stable system state
Key Features of VMware Workstation
• Seamlessly integrated. Unity mode integrates applications from within Windows & Linux virtual machines and makes them appear they are running on the native desktop. User friendly features such as picture cut and paste, email attachment drag and drop, and driverless printing make it easy to work in a virtual machine.
• Snapshots and clones. Snapshots preserve the state of a virtual machine so you can return to it at any time. Snapshots are useful when you need to revert your virtual machine to a prior, stable system state. Workstation makes it easy to find and revert to a previously saved snapshot. Installing operating systems and applications can be time consuming. With clones, you can make many copies of a virtual machine from the baseline installation and configuration. This makes it fast and simple to maintain standardized computing environments for employees and students, or to create a baseline configuration for testing.
• Run multi-tiered applications on a single PC. Manage multiple, network-connected virtual machines with Teams. Teams make it easy to start and run complex multi-tier enterprise applications on a single PC with just a click of the mouse.
• Rewind and replay until you find the Bug. Diagnose nondeterministic bugs with the Replay Debugging technology integrated into Visual Studio and Eclipse. Test your applications running ina virtual machines while "recording", then let the developer step through the recording with a debugger attached. Never again will there be a nonreproducible bug.
• Printing that Just Works. Driverless printing makes your PC printers automatically accessible to your Windows and Linux virtual machines; no configuration or drivers are required. Your PC’s default printer even shows up as the default.
VMware Tools is a suite of utilities that enhances the performance of the virtual machine’s guest operating system and improves management of the virtual machine. Although the guest operating system can run without VMware Tools, you lose important functionality and convenience.
VMware Tools includes the following components:
- VMware Tools service. The VMware Tools service allows you to use VMware programmatic interfaces to manage virtual machines from your own independent programs and from existing frameworks developed by partners and third parties.
- VMware device drivers. A set of VMware device drivers, including an SVGA display driver, the vmxnet networking driver for some guest operating systems, the BusLogic SCSI driver for some guest operating systems, and the VMware mouse driver.
- VMware user process.
- VMware Tools control panel. Use the VMwareTools control panel to modify VMwareTools configuration settings, shrink virtual disks, and connect and disconnect virtual devices.
VMware Workstation 7.1.4 Build 385536 Release Notes (29 MARCH 2011):
No Mirror Please !!!
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