More of everything – that is pretty much what you can expect from the ultimate VMware desktop hypervisor that caters to Windows and Linux.
Just like its Mac dedicated counterpart here above, the Workstation Pro supports 200+ OSs and 3D graphics with DX11.
What’s more, you can create linked or full clones, connect to vSphere/ESXi servers, take advantage of the Windows 10 Host via Remote vSphere Host Power Control and perform full customization on virtual networks.
Let’s quickly go through its key features:
- Local deployments and remote connections via vSphere 7
- Support for Windows Hyper-V Mode
- vGPU rendering engine now runs in an isolated sandbox
- 32 vCPU, 128GB RAM, 8GB VRAM on VM
- DirectX 11 compatibility
VMware Workstation Pro
The ultimate VMware desktop hypervisor for Windows will redefine local virtualization – take a glimpse into the future!
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FAQ: Learn more about virtualization software
- Which virtual machine is best for Windows 10?
Our recommendation goes to WMware Workstation Pro in regards to its powerful hypervisor, virtualization, and sandbox features combined with the renowned ease of use.
- Which one is better VirtualBox or VMware?
Both are powerful virtualization tools. While VMware allows for better control between host and VM, the VirtualBox may seem more appealing to open-source enthusiasts. VirtualBox installation may be tricky, though.
- What is the best free virtual machine software?
Hyper-V is a strong Microsoft-designed server virtualization product with which you can create one or multiple virtual machines to run different OSes on a Windows 10 PC for free.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2019 and has been since revamped and updated in November 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Radu Tyrsina and was first posted to WindowsReport