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The Industry Standard: VMware Workstation. An evaluation version is available. Easy to use once it. The Most Trusted Mac Virtualization Software for Over 14 Years Parallels Desktop ™ for Mac. Run Windows, Linux, Mac or Chrome OSes without rebooting. Validate web apps in any browser on any OS, all at the same time. Download prebuilt virtual machines (VMs) with preinstalled dev tools. Test software in isolated VMs with snapshot and rollback.

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Updated OS Support
Workstation 16 supports the latest 2004 version of Windows 10, including Hyper-V mode compatibility for Device & Credential Guard and WSL, as well as supporting new releases of the most popular Linux distributions such as Red Hat, Fedora, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu and more.
Containers and Kubernetes Clusters
Workstation 16 Pro and Player both provide a new CLI for building and running OCI containers and Kubernetes clusters: ‘vctl.’ Supports thousands of pre-built container images, as well as building custom images from standard Dockerfiles.
Graphics Engine Enhancements for Windows and Linux
Workstation 16 now provides a DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1 compliant virtual graphics device to Windows virtual machines, adding new compatibility for hundreds of apps and games. Linux hosts can now use Intel Integrated GPUs with our new Vulkan rendering engine, delivering DirectX 10.1 and OpenGL 3.3 to VMs without needing more a powerful discrete GPU.
vSphere 7 Compatibility
Workstation has been updated with compatibility for vSphere 7, including virtual machine hardware and remote ESXi and vCenter Server connections
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Mac Os X Vm Download

VMware Desktop Hypervisors: VMware Workstation and VMware Fusion: Local Mac, Windows and Linux Virtualization Desktop Hypervisor products from VMware provide IT pros, developers and businesses alike with a powerful local virtualization sandbox to build, run or support apps of any kind. OS: Linux Creating a VM Using the Image Gallery You will remotely manage your Linux VM by using OpenSSL. The recommended approach is to first create a digital certificate and then provide its public key when you create the VM. For a useful overview, see Creating secure Linux VMs in.