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Microsoft's Windows 8 run on VMware Player

by Dinesh Beniwal on Apr 16, 2012

Vmware Player supports multiple Operatimg System and it is a virtual machine.
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Microsoft Windows 8 run on VMware Player. VMware Player is the virtual machine running on Windows 7 and provides you Windows 8 Preview. VMware Player supports Windows 8 as a guest Operating System. Windows 8 provides you Metro UI. Windows 8 Consumer Preview supports latest version VMware 4.0. Virtual machines configured with an operating system and applications ready to perform a specific function are called virtual appliances. Firstly you can download software from the virtual box website and move through the standard setup routine. The minimum requirement of Windows 8 is 1 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM f0r a 64 bit install, 20 GB of storage. Windows 8 is gives you Metro application and Metro UI. Windows 8 is having much of new features and improved the performance. VMware Player is run on multiple Operating System at the same time. VMware Player allows you to run entire operating systems in a virtual machine.


Windows 8 Consumer Preview is straightforward and uneventful. VMware Player is a popular virtual machine but it is the latest updated on Feb 2012. Before install the Windows 8, you can install the VMware Tools. Once VMware Player Tools are installed working with you virtual machine is much easier. In Windows 8 Consumer Preview, you can search application with the help of search box. In this you can shows list of application. If you can moved the cursor on the right bottom then you can see like as search, share, settings, device start.

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