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Tutorial: Run multiple OSes with free VMWare Player

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This HOWTO will take you through the steps necessary to use VMWare Player to run multiple operating systems simultaneously on your PC.
VMware Workstation has always been (and still is) a commercial product, and you have to pay a fairly large sum to get your hands on it, but VMware have now released a free application dubbed “VMware Player”, which can run virtual machines produced by VMware and a few other companies. Yet, with some simple hacks, we can use VMware Player to run any x86 Operating System we like.
 read more | mail this link | score:8810 | -Ray, December 19, 2005
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