How to Install Windows Millennium on VMware Workstation 15/14

In this article, we will install Windows ME on a virtual machine using VMware Workstation 14/15 software on a Windows 10 PC.

How to Install Windows Millennium on VMware Workstation 15/14

How to Run Windows Millennium in a Virtual Machine using VM Workstation/Player

Windows Millennium (ME) is an operating system of Microsoft and was released commercially in September 2000 for the first time.

The Windows Millennium (ME) operating system was designed specifically for home users. However, since this operating system was a disadvantage for business users, Microsoft released Win2000 at the time.

You can install older operating systems, such as Millennium Edition, through the virtualization program on your computer.

If you are using a virtualization program such as VMware Workstation, VMware Player, or Oracle VM VirtualBox, you can download the WinME Edition operating system and create a new virtual machine, and then you can install it on a virtual machine.

In our previous articles, we installed the older versions of Windows using the VM Workstation virtualization program on the PC/Laptop.

You can also download the Windows Millennium operating system from the link at the bottom of the article.

How to Use WinME Edition with VM Workstation 14/15 ⇒ Video

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WinME Setup Video

   Final Word


In this article, we have examined how to install Windows ME, which is one of Microsoft’s old operating systems, with the VM Workstation program on the Win10 computer. Thanks for following us!

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   Download Windows Me ISO for VMware Workstation


In this article, you can download the Windows Millennium operating system ISO file by clicking the button below.

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One Comment

  1. Avatar for Troy Troy May 19, 2019

    Nope-after the creating the VM boots, but the BIOS screen moves so fast by it moves to Network boot. If you disable the Network adapter–again the BIOS moves so fast by that you get Operating System Not Installed.

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