“ VMware Workstation - ( v. 4 ) - complete package - 1 user - CD - Win - English „
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VMware Workstation 4 is powerful virtual machine software for the desktop. Optimized for the power user, VMware Workstation runs multiple operating systems - including Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Novell NetWare - simultaneously on a single PC in fully networked, portable virtual machines. VMware Workstation provides more choice, greater flexibility, and more powerful functionality than any other virtual machine software in the marketplace today.
VMware Workstation has revolutionized the way software and IT infrastructure is developed and deployed. You can build mission-critical Windows- and Linux-based applications, develop and test multi-tier applications on multiple operating systems simultaneously, and archive test environments on file servers and restore them quickly. Ensure application compatibility and operating system migration. You can support legacy applications while migrating safely to a new operating system and test new operating systems prior to deployment. VMware Workstation creates a uniform platform for managing operating system and application updates.
VMware Workstation gives you the freedom to experiment with new applications or tools and lets you quickly restore your machine to a clean state for your next class. You can easily package and deploy classroom material. You can easily distribute and install demo software, and demo complex or multi-tier applications on a single laptop. VMware Workstation lets you troubleshoot problems quickly and deliver quality customer service. You can replicate customer software configurations and instantly resume them for fast problem resolution.
VMware Workstation works by enabling multiple operating systems and their applications to run concurrently on a single physical machine. These operating systems and applications are isolated in secure virtual machines that co-exist on a single piece of hardware. The VMware virtualization layer maps the physical hardware resources to the virtual machine's resources, so each virtual machine has its own CPU, memory, disks, I/O devices, etc. Virtual machines are the full equivalent of a standard x86 machine.