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Download VMware Workstation 12.5.5 for Windows and Linux

VMware announced the release of 12.5.5 for VMware Workstation 12 Pro. VMware 12 Pro users can download and install this update free of charge.

Download VMware Workstation 12.5.5 for Windows and Linux

Download VMware Workstation 12.5.5 for Windows and Linux

As you know VMware Workstation is a virtualization program and allows you to install virtual machines on your computer. The VMware 12.5.5 update includes many innovations.

After you download VMware 12.5, you can easily update the VMware virtualization program you are using. The VMware 12.5 update includes bug fixes, security updates, and performance enhancements.

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New Features

If we take a look at the new features, we can see that a serious feature is coming. These features include;

1. Windows 10th Anniversary Update

2. Windows Server 20016 Support

Users who want to download this version can download the Trial version from the VMware website and install them on their computers. To use VM Workstation 12.5.5, your system must be 64 Bit.

You can also download the VMware virtualization program by clicking the button below.

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How to Install VMware 12.5.5 ⇒ Video

You can watch the video below to setup it on Windows 10, and you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel to support us!

VMware 12.5 Setup Video

   Final Word

In this article, we have shared the 12.5.5 update of the VM Workstation Pro virtualization program. The biggest feature in this version is that it supports Windows Server 2016 on the virtual machine. Thanks for following us!

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