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A list of officially supported OSes that can run on it.
 
A list of officially supported OSes that can run on it.
 
* [[MS-DOS]] and compatible operating systems
 
* [[MS-DOS]] and compatible operating systems
* Most [[Microsoft Windows]] versions
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* Most [[Microsoft Windows]] versions (VMware Tools available for most versions starting with [[Windows 95]])
 
* [[Linux|Most versions of Linux]]
 
* [[Linux|Most versions of Linux]]
 
* VMware ESXi
 
* VMware ESXi
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* [[Solaris]] 10 and later (8 and 9 are available but unsupported)
 
* [[Solaris]] 10 and later (8 and 9 are available but unsupported)
 
* Novell Netware
 
* Novell Netware
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* [[macOS|Most Intel macOS versions]] ([[Mac OS X Snow Leopard]] and later, only officially supported on VMware Fusion)
 
* FreeBSD
 
* FreeBSD
  

Latest revision as of 22:29, 13 June 2019

VMware
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VMware Workstation running IBM PC-DOS 3.20
Type
Developer(s)
Host platform
Guest platform
Latest versionVMware Workstation 15.1.0
VMware Player 15.1
VMware Fusion 11.0.3
Released on1999 (Workstation)
2008 (Player)
2007 (Fusion)
License
Website

VMware is a company that developers virtualization solutions, which are collectively referred to by the company's name. These include VMWare Workstation, VMware Player, and VMware Fusion. VMware products are one of the most commonly used hypervisors due to being able to install various operating systems without much support or additional drivers.

Supported guest operating systems[edit]

A list of officially supported OSes that can run on it.

Gallery[edit]