Showing posts with label Virtual machine. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Virtual machine. Show all posts

Sunday, August 08, 2010

VMware Workstation 7.1 is packed with Richer Graphics, Increased Power and Tighter Windows 7 Integration

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VMware Workstation 7: The Gold Standard in Desktop Virtualization
VMware Workstation 7.1 is packed with Richer Graphics, Increased Power and Tighter Windows 7 Integration
Now is your chance to buy VMware Workstation and take advantage of over 50 new features and dozens of additional Improvements. New enhancements include:

The Best 3D Graphics just Got Better: Now you can run even more 3D applications with support for DirectX 9.0c Shader Model 3 and OpenGL 2.13D graphics in Windows virtual machines.

Best in Class Windows 7 Support: VMware Workstation 7 is optimized for maximum performance when running on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 PCs and works seamlessly with Flip 3D and Aero Peek.

And much more…

If you are new to VMware Workstation or would like to upgrade from an older version, buy now or upgrade online!

VirtualBox 3.2.8 updated

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Here, you will find links to VirtualBox binaries and its source code.

VirtualBox binaries

The binaries in this section are all released under the VirtualBox Personal Use and Evaluation License (PUEL). By downloading, you agree to the terms and conditions of that license.
  • VirtualBox 3.2.8 for Windows hosts x86/amd64
  • VirtualBox 3.2.8 for Solaris and OpenSolaris hosts x86/amd64
VirtualBox is a general-purpose full virtualizer for x86 hardware. Targeted at server, desktop and embedded use, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also Open Source Software.
Some of the features of VirtualBox are:
  • Modularity. VirtualBox has an extremely modular design with well-defined internal programming interfaces and a client/server design. This makes it easy to control it from several interfaces at once: for example, you can start a virtual machine in a typical virtual machine GUI and then control that machine from the command line, or possibly remotely. VirtualBox also comes with a full Software Development Kit: even though it is Open Source Software, you don't have to hack the source to write a new interface for VirtualBox.
  • Virtual machine descriptions in XML. The configuration settings of virtual machines are stored entirely in XML and are independent of the local machines. Virtual machine definitions can therefore easily be ported to other computers.