The four documents available in the Downloads section above provide information about how to download, install, register and setup VMware Workstation. Below is a summary of the contents of the 4 documents.

  • Virtualization with VMware Workstation 1 - Registering My VMware Account - This document explains how to register My VMware Account in order to download an evaluation copy, and access the trial serial product key of VMware Workstation product. The document can be ignored if a full version of VMware Workstation is used.
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  • Virtualization with VMware Workstation 2 - Product Installation - This document explains how VMware Workstation product can be downloaded and installed on Windows 7 32-bit Host Operating System.
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  • Virtualization with VMware Workstation 3 - Installing Windows XP Guest OS - This document explains how to virtualize Windows XP Operating System using VMware Workstation product and how to add the Brainboxes serial COM port into the virtual Windows XP Operating System.
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  • Virtualization with VMware Workstation 4 - Installing FreeDOS Guest OS - This document explains how to virtualize FreeDOS Operating System, the freely available MS-DOS compatible operating system using VMware Workstation product and how to add the Brainboxes serial COM port into the FreeDOS Operating System.
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  • Transfer files to FreeDOS Guest OS with ISO Image - Creating Disc Image - This document explains how to create an ISO disc image using InfraRecorder software. The instructions on how to add files or legacy software which are to be burned as an ISO disc image are outlined in this document.
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  • Transfer files to FreeDOS Guest OS with ISO Image - VMware Workstation - This document explains how the ISO disc image created can be used to transfer files ot the FreeDOS Guest Operating System using VMware Workstation product.
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  • Transfer files to FreeDOS Guest OS with shared folders - VMware Workstation - This document explains how to transfer files to the FreeDOS Guest Operating System by setting up Shared Folders using VMware Workstation. The Shared Folders functionality does not exist in Oracle VirtualBox product or FreeDOS Guest Operating System.