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VMware Player

VMware Player is a powerful virtual machine program that gives you a lot of  control over virtual devices (like USB and CD drives) and is excellent for testing and running a variety of software. This lets you put in a CD to play from your local machine without affecting your virtual environment. VMware Player is a great tool for testing software and hardware as well as troubleshooting issues with peripherals.

VMware Player, formerly pay-only, can run both 32 and 64-bit operating systems, balance resources in an environment with multiple processors, while starting up and saving virtual machines faster than its competitors. VMware Player isn’t as easy to use as Virtual PC, but certainly a more powerful tool.

VMware Player can run Windows, Linux, and Unix operating systems at additional cost – if there is one.

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