VMware Player
Old Version of VMware Player for Windows 2000
Latest Version
VMware Player 7.1.0 Build 2496824
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
First Release
12 December, 2005 (15 years ago )
Latest Release
17 February, 2015 (6 years ago )

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Version Name
Released Date
23 September, 2008
(13 years ago)
65.17 MB
29 May, 2008
(13 years ago)
170.3 MB
14 March, 2008
(13 years ago)
174.03 MB
18 October, 2007
(14 years ago)
172.95 MB
18 September, 2007
(14 years ago)
172.92 MB
09 May, 2007
(14 years ago)
145.12 MB
26 April, 2007
(14 years ago)
28.67 MB
10 August, 2006
(15 years ago)
28.4 MB
20 December, 2005
(15 years ago)
28.22 MB
12 December, 2005
(15 years ago)
28.22 MB
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About VMware Player

VMware Player, which offers free software to host virtual machines, can run guest virtual machines produced by other VMware products, but cannot itself create new virtual machines. VMware's website provides many free virtual-disk images of preconfigured operating-systems and applications, many of them community-contributed. Freeware tools also exist for creating VMs, mounting, manipulating and converting VMware disks and floppies, so VMware Player users can create, run and maintain virtual machines for free (even for commercial use).

VMware Player Features

  • Copy and paste. Copy text and files between the virtual machine and the host PC.
  • Drag and drop. Drag and drop files between a Windows host PC and a Windows virtual machine.
  • Integrated Google Search. VMware Player includes Google search capabilities, fully integrated for conveniently searching the web without launching a browser.

Updates : VMware Player Updates

Did You Know?

VMware's desktop software runs on Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. VMware's enterprise software, VMware ESX Server, runs directly on server hardware without requiring an additional underlying operating system.