5 Copies of VMware Workstation 5.5 for Free!
2006 is going to be the year of the virtual machine, and if there's one thing you should be doing it's getting to understand the technology. To help you, we have five copies of the latest version of VMWare Workstation to give away.
VMWare was the pioneer of virtual machine software for PCs and servers, and its Workstation 5.5 product runs virtual operating systems on both Windows and Linux hosts, letting you develop and test the most complex, networked applications on a single desktop. For the first time it now supports 64-bit operating systems, and can take advantage of the virtual machine hardware support that will appear in AMD and Intel processors next year.
During the development process you can save time by adding or changing operating systems without repartitioning disks or rebooting. The cost of purchasing multiple machines is avoided by running new operating systems and legacy applications on the same computer. And systems administrators can also use the software to test service packs, application updates and OS patches to ensure that everything works before committing to the changes.
Tools such as live snapshots, drag-and-drop, and shared folders enhance performance and integration whether you are checking out the latest Linux application or archiving and restoring your test environments.