After spending months competing with Parallels over their virtualisation software for the Mac, many people wondered if VMware had lost some focus and were spending developer resources finding new features to outmanoeuvre their rival. However, tools such as VMware Workstation are essential to the ongoing success of the company as Workstation enables Windows users to host other operating systems (which does not include OS X), which is ideal for testing software across multiple editions of Windows.
VMware Workstation 6.5 is a beta preview of the forthcoming major release. It's available 'free' during beta testing so as many people can get involved as possible. One of they new features is the Unity support, which will enable you to open and show gueat application windows on your host operating system.
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