VMware Workstation 7.1 Release Candidate Now Available!

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VMware Workstation 7.1 Release Candidate Now Available!

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May 04, 2010
VMware Workstation 7.1 Release Candidate Now Available!

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http://blogs.vmware.com/workstation/201 ... lable.html


Key improvements since the VMware Workstation 7.1 beta include:
Faster Graphics: Improved performance and better compatibility for both DirectX 9 and OpenGL 3D apps
OVF Tool 2.0: A brand new version of the OVF Tool is included to import and export OVF packaged virtual machines and upload virtual machines to vSphere
Memory Management: New UI to handle increased virtual memory capacity
New Guests: Support for Ubuntu 10.04 and RHEL 5.5 added
Reported Issues: This release candidate addresses many of the issues reported via the beta forums



I remember you that:
For most users, "VMware Player" is more than enough to easily create and use virtual machines, while for professional users is strongly to recommend the commercial "VmWare Workstation" version, whose main difference lies in having more advanced features


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Re: VMware Workstation 7.1 Release Candidate Now Available!

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lo hai gia testato ? dai dicci qualcosa.... :cry:
:D ciao ciao SymbianFlo :D
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