VMware Workstation is a virtual machine software suite for x86 and x86-64 computers from VMware, a division of EMC Corporation. This software suite allows users to set up multiple x86 and x86-64 virtual computers and to use one or more of these virtual machines simultaneously with the hosting operating system. Each virtual machine instance can execute its own guest operating system, such as Windows, Linux, BSD variants, or others. In simple terms, VMware Workstation allows one physical machine to run multiple operating systems simultaneously. Other VMware products help manage or migrate VMware virtual machines across multiple host-machines.


  • Use Multiple Operating Systems Concurrently on the Same PC
  • You can switch between operating systems instantly with a click of a mouse, share files between virtual machines with drag-and-drop functionality and access all the peripheral devices you rely on.
  • Take Snapshots & Videos of your Virtual Machines
    With Workstation - It displays thumbnails of all your snapshots on a single screen, making it easy for you to track and revert to a previously saved snapshot.
  • You can even use Workstation 6 to record and play video files that capture all changes to a virtual machine over a period of time.
  • Run multi-tier enterprise applications on a single piece of hardware by managing network-connected virtual machines with the Teams feature of Workstation 6.
  • Clone your Virtual Machines to Accelerate Deployment
  • New to Workstation 6 is the ability to create and deploy secure virtual machines (called ACEs) with the ACE Option Pack.

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  1. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 1/11/2008 12:23:00 AM  
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