VMware Workstation Player is great for individuals looking for ways to test different OS environments without the cost of purchasing multiple systems.
VMware Workstation Player is a free ( for personal use only) virtualization solution that enables users to create and run multiple guest machines simultaneous on a single host computer…. These guest machines can then be configured to run multiple operation systems like Windows, Linux and MacOS… VMware Workstation Player is non open source, and free […]
Few days ago we showed students and new users how to install VMware Workstation Player on Ubuntu 16.04 / 17.10 and 18.04 LTS… For those who followed that tutorial and successfully installed VMware Workstation Player can read this post to learn how to create new virtual guest machines… In our previous post we said that VMware […]
VMware Workstation Player is a virtualization software that allows users to run multiple guest machines simultaneous on a single host computer. These guest machines can then be configured to run multiple operation systems like Windows, Linux and MacOS… When looking for an affordable virtualization software to run in your lab environment, VMware Workstation Player should […]
VMware Workstation player (formally VMware Player) is an alternative to VMware Workstation Pro. They both are built from the same platform, however, Workstation Player has limited features than Workstation Pro and cost way less when you compare both. Workstation Player is perfect for students, home users and those who need a small sandbox environment for […]
Students lesson 18 assignment: Installing VMware Workstation player on Ubuntu Few days ago we wrote about virtualization software and how important it is to IT professionals. We also wrote that two big players in this field are VMware Workstation Pro and VirtualBox. VirtualBox cost nothing (free) while VMware Workstation Pro cost upward of $100. For […]