The most powerful and useful VMware virtual machine software has been updated to VMware Workstation Pro 15.0.0 under the windows system. With the help of VMware Workstation Pro, you can run multiple operating systems as virtual machines (including Windows virtual machines) on single Windows or Linux PC. IT professionals, developers and businesses who build, test or demonstrate software for any device, platform or cloud environment can rely on Workstation Pro.
VMware Workstation is the most powerful virtual machine software. Users can run various operating systems on the virtual machine, develop, test, demonstrate and deploy software, copy servers, desktop and tablet environments in virtual machines, and each virtual machine can allocate multiple processor cores, main memory and video memory. VMware Workstation 14 Pro continues the tradition of VMware, that is, to provide professional technicians with the leading functions and capabilities that they rely on when using virtual machines everyday. With the help of the latest version of Windows and client operating system version, the latest processor and hardware support, and the ability to connect to VMware vSphere and vCloud Air, it makes it a perfect tool for improving efficiency, saving time and conquering cloud computing.
With the help of VMware Workstation Pro, you can run multiple operating systems as virtual machines (including Windows virtual machines) on single Windows or Linux PC.
VMware Workstation Pro is the industry standard for running multiple operating systems as virtual machines (VM) on single Linux or Windows PC. IT professionals, developers and businesses who build, test or demonstrate software for any device, platform or cloud environment can rely on Workstation Pro.
1, VMware Tray
2, VMware VIX
3, Visual Studio
4, VC Runtimes Redist
5. Other languages except English and Chinese.
6. Except for Windows, other Tools ISO
7. Virtual printer driver
Modify APPLE OSK to install MAC OS X
Modify DELL SLIC2.4 + MSDM + SLP + Virtual PC XP
Install CDK directly in the installation program, adjust the installation UI, install it, that is, register.
BIOS can activate OEM Windows XP, 2003, 2003R2, Vista, 2008, Win7, 2008R2, 2012, 2012R2, 2016
EFI BIOS can activate Vista, 2008, Win7, 2008R2, 2012, 2012R2 and 2016 OEM.
VISTA~2016 does not require installation disk, import OEM certificate and OEM-CDK corresponding to system version can activate (certificate SkyDrive has provided, CDK self search)
If you need to install Mac OS X, set VM compatibility 10, modify.Vmx add:
Smc.version = "0"
Installation of server version Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard 10.5 and subsequent versions are required.
As set up above, and using EFI BIOS, edit the virtual machine settings - option advanced - check "through EFI instead of BIOS boot".
This version is made by @cuiplay, a big boy.
Virus bar dedicated virtual machine image (integration of commonly used virus analysis tools): Http://tieba.baidu.com/p/5684681246? Pid=119547531517
VM anti virtual machine detection:
Isolation.tools.getPtrLocation .disable = "TRUE"
Isolation.tools.setPtrLocation .disable = "TRUE"
Isolation.tools.setVersion .disable = "TRUE"
Isolation.tools.getVersion .disable = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Directexec = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Chksimd = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Ntreloc = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Selfmod = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Reloc = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Btinout = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Btmemspace = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Btpriv = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.disable_ Btseg = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.restrict_ Backdoor = "TRUE"
Monitor_ Control.virtual_ Rdtsc = "false"
Disable_ Acceleration = TRUE
Virtual machine settings - processor virtualization engine
Preferred mode: the last longest.
Renamed the video card.
First install VMware Tools to install the driver and back up the graphics card driver.
DiskID = "VMware Tools"
CompanyName = "VMware, Inc."
SVGA = "VMware SVGA II"
DiskID = "NVIDIA Windows Driver Library Installation"
CompanyName = "NVIDIA"
SVGA = "GeForce GTX 660"
Since VMware Workstation 11, VMware only supports 64bit system and no longer supports 32 bit system. If your system is 32bit version, VMware Workstation 10 is recommended. > >