In the previous article we created a virtual machine from a legacy windows 2000 computer to be able to run it on a newer PC using VMWare Workstation.
This allowed us to support this system for many years to come, instead of relying on the older hardware to keep performing.
Everyone still has that needed legacy software or software platform that was used on Windows NT, 2000, XP etc. and it is still needed to configure a legacy support system that you are still hoping to maintain.
Maybe you're even hoping that the twenty-year old computer, that is barely running,...
If you maintained hardware for a Distributed Control System in the 1970’s through 2000’s, and yes some are still running to this day, you were accustomed to maintaining power supplies as well as proprietary custom boards that ran proprietary operating systems.
In the early 2000’s (late 80's / early 90's...
In this episode I'll walk you through creating a Windows 10 Virtual Machine using VMware Workstation (Episode 21 of The Automation Minute Season 4:)
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In this article I'll walk you through creating a Windows 10 Virtual Machine using VMware Workstation.
Step 1) The first step is to open VMware Workstation, which can be purchased here:
Note: The free "Player" version is available here for non-commercial, personal and home use, and is limited to running a...
When using Windows XP Mode which we discussed earlier this week here, or other virtualization solutions like VMware Workstation which we covered last week here, it's very common to want the virtual PC to share our FactoryTalk Activations installed on our Host OS.
And the easiest way to do that is to either add our Host...
So you've received a new laptop running Windows 7 Professional, but still need to run legacy XP programs?
Well, you're in luck. Microsoft makes available to you free of charge a Windows XP virtual machine, and in today's article we'll show you how to get it up and running.
Part 1: Downloading and installing Windows Virtual PC
In today's edition of "Insight's Inbox" we answer a reader's question on how to get started with VMware Workstation.
I'm new to PLC programming and your article about VMware has peaked my interest.
Do you have any additional information about setting up VMware, such as going through the actual setup process?
First, thank you for...
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