VMware Workstation 7.1.0 Build 261024 Final (x86/x64) | 567.29 Mb
VMware Workstation is powerful desktop virtualization software for software developers/testers and enterprise IT professionals that runs multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single PC. Users can run Windows, Linux, NetWare, or Solaris x86 in fully networked, portable virtual machines - no rebooting or hard drive partitioning required. VMware Workstation delivers excellent performance and advanced features such as memory optimization and the ability to manage multi-tier configurations. Essential features such as virtual networking, live snapshots, drag and drop and shared folders, and PXE support make VMware Workstation the most powerful and indispensable tool for enterprise IT developers and system administrators. With millions of customers and dozens of major product awards over the last six years, VMware Workstation is a proven technology that improves productivity and flexibility. An indispensable tool for software developers and IT professionals worldwide.
Features Professionals Cannot Live Without
• Install and run VMware vSphere 4 and VMware ESXi in a virtual machine • New IDE integrations for the SpringSource Tools Suite and Eclipse IDE for C/C++ • Replay debugging is now easier and faster • Remote Replay Debugging makes it easier to share virtual machine recordings for analysis
More Refined Than Ever
Protect from Prying Eyes Protect your virtual machines from prying eyes with 256-bit AES encryption.
Printing that Just Works Driver-less printing makes your PC printers automatically accessible to your Windows and Linux VMs—no configuration or drivers required. Your PC’s default printer even shows up as the default, too.
Go Back in Time Buggy applications, hardware failures, viruses and other malware do not give you fair warning to take a manual snapshot. AutoProtect luckily automatically takes snapshots at set intervals, protecting you from unexpected bumps in the road, making it’s easy to go back in time to when things were good.
Free Up System Resources Pause a virtual machine to free up CPU resources for use by other running virtual machines or demanding applications.