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VMWare releases Workstation 5.5 Beta 1!



Watch it out here.
And download it here.

Some of the new features I liked were...

o Support for 64-bit guest operating systems : Neat, I'd say.

o Experimental support for 2-way Virtual SMP : Cool feature!

o Enhanced command line interface helps you manage snapshots : Was long on the wishlist, good.

o On Linux hosts, the user interface has been enhanced to work better with desktop appearance themes : Actually not bad, might as well look good too, no?

o Improved import capability lets you open and import Microsoft Virtual PC and Virtual Server virtual machines, as well as Symantec LiveState and Norton Ghost 9 system images, directly into Workstation : Why would anyone want to run MS Virtual PC, let alone bother to set it up for production, anyways good anticipatory move by VMWare.



Aw heck, read it all here at VMTN

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