How to Create Virtual Machine on VMware Workstation 12? – To install any operating system, firstly you need to create virtual machine on VMware Workstation 12.
How to Create Virtual Machine on VMware Workstation 12?
How to Create Virtual Machine on VMware Workstation 12?
Firstly, I want to ask you one question like how to use VMware Workstation? Using VMware program is so simple. This article is VMware Workstation tutorial for beginners. To create virtual machine on VMware is the same logic as all VMware Workstation virtualization programs. We just need to pay attention to detail. If you are going to run any operating system, you can create a virtual machine according to the system requirements.
You can think of creating a virtual machine like a computer. How many sizes do I need harddisk? How many GB do I need a Ram? When you step into the questions such as you are choosing parts of the product as if you are choosing the same questions here as the virtual machine is created by stepping.
Now you’ll get the operating system you want on a new virtual computer.
Creating a New Virtual Machine on VMware
Workstation 12.0 version is selected by default because VMware Workstation 12 Pro is installed in the Choose the Virtual Machine Hardware Compatibility window. In the future, we will be able to evaluate it on more advanced projects. For now press the Next button to continue.
In the guest operating system installation window, when we run the operating system here, we can set the operating system to show the source as Disk Image or ISO if you want DVD media. Now we are in the computer collection section and we will see this part when installing the operating system. I will install the operating system later and press the Next button.
If you want to install the operating system to the virtual machine you created, I recommend to you read the article called “How to Install Windows 8.1 on VM Workstation 12“…
In the Select a Guest Operating System window, you can select either the Windows or Linux version of the operating system to be installed and continue by selecting the supported operating system version from the Version section. For now, just click on the Next button as you will be running the Windows 10 x64 bit operating system.
In the Name Virtual Machine window, we can give the Virtual Machine name or leave it with the default name. In the Location option, the location of the virtual machine is selected. We leave it in the default setting and press the Next button.
In the Firmware Type window, we will create the BIOS setting for the virtual machine. By default, the BIOS option is selected. For more advanced operations, the EFI option can be selected. Click Next to continue.
In the Processor Configuration window, as we said, we also select a processor in the computer collection process, right? I prefer the Core i7 processors 🙂 I get 4 cores. But let’s say you will install Windows 7 here? It makes sense to choose a single processor and a 1-core processor. If you will install Server? It is logical to set up a 2-processor and dual-core server. While we are setting up Windows 10, these settings are sufficient. Continue by pressing the Next button.
In the Network Type window, the settings here are the settings needed to get our virtual machine out of the net. I will write a new article on this topic in detail because these settings are often confused. I will tell you later on with examples. For now, select Use network address translation (NAT) and continue by pressing the Next button.
In the Select a Disk Type window, we pick up the SATA Harddisk, which is a cheaper Harddisk on the market. But we can also get SCSI with Server Disk. The VMwara Workstation program offers us this option. Select this disc with a high spin speed and press the Next button.
If you are not familiar with the Virtual Network Editor, read the topic called the VM Workstation Virtual Network Editor Configuration …
In the Specify Disk Capacity window, besides specifying the size of our disc, there are two options at the bottom. The store virtual disk as a single file option will keep the drive in a single file in the operating system installation location. The split virtual disk into multiple files option stores the virtual disk partitioning the operating system in the installation location. This option size facilitates the possibility of moving to another computer on small disks. However, if the disk size is too large, performance is reduced. For now, continue with this option, which is the default setting, by pressing the Next button.
In the Specify Disk File window, the operating system asks for the name of the virtual disk for the installation location. There is a benefit of leaving the default name. Continue by pressing the Next button.
In the Ready to Create Virtual Machine window, if we are going to make any changes to the settings we made above, we can do this from the summary screen. To do this, we can check the settings we made by pressing the Customize Hardware button. We have picked up our computer and now press the Finish button.
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