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VMware Workstation

15.0.1.39990

VMware Workstation allows you to run multiple operating systems as virtual machines (VMs) on your Windows PC. It is useful for IT professionals and developers who build and test software for multiple platforms. You can run Windows, Linux, and other operating systems simultaneously.

Free download
4.3
Rated by
367 users
License:
Shareware $249.99
OS:
Windows 7/8.1/10
Date:
File size:
511.75 MB
Category rank:
2
All software rank:
133

More about VMware Workstation

You can get this program v15.0.0.38213 if you have 511.75 MB of free space on your PC; this program can be named VMWare Workstation English and VMware Workstation Serial Info as well. Get the free trial version of the software by VMware, Inc., and if you want to get the entire content, purchase the full edition for $249.99. This tool deals with such formats as .vmc, .xvm, .ovf, .ova, .vmx and can be found under the Virtualization section of the System Utilities category. Among VMware Workstation versions, the most popular ones are 15.0 and 14.1, which run under Windows 7/8/8.1/10. The statistics show that vmware.exe and install.exe are among the most popular setup files for this program. The direct download link was scanned by a number of antivirus solutions and was proved to be clean.

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