How to Install Windows 98 on VMware Workstation 14? – The Windows 98 operating system, codenamed Memphis, was released by Microsoft in 1998 as an update to the Windows 95 operating system.
How to Install Windows 98 on VMware Workstation 14?

How to Install Windows 98 on VMware Workstation 14?

Microsoft developed the Windows 98 operating system to resolve the shortcomings of Windows 95 and its some additional security issues. Windows 98 was fully released on June 25, 1998.

Setting up Windows 98 with VMware virtual machine is quite simple. You can install and use older operating systems with VMware Workstation virtualization software. If you have not already installed VMware Workstation on your computer, you can browse the VMware Workstation 14 Setup.

In our previous tutorial, we used VMware Workstation 14 to install Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 2000 operating systems. You can access this articles from the links below.

In this article, we will review the steps to install Windows 98 on VMware Workstation 14. If you do not have the Windows 98 ISO file, you can download the computer from the link at the bottom of the text.

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How to Install Windows 98 on VMware Workstation 14? – In this article, we used VMware Workstation to install Windows 98 First Edition, an older operating system. Thank you for following us!

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5 thoughts on “How to Install Windows 98 on VMware Workstation 14?

  1. chuck fountain

    Left my remarks on the YouTube page with this video. I have reached my level of disgust with all the videos about VMWare being used to install Windows OS’s. Not a one works the way you would expect the results . The only obvious conclusion an experienced pioneer could arrive at – is that Virtualization is a big fat joke. Until some one can definitively demonstrate with a video that the VM tricks work “AFTER” all the supposed installs by firing VM up again with the OS appearing as it would on a “REAL” machine install – then I’ll be convinced the whole thing is a sham. Sorry to be so negative – but see no opportunity to arrive at a more positive conclusion. Its the old story – proof is in the pudding.

    1. tolqabaqci

      Calm down 🙂

      I do not understand exactly what you want.

      You can use many operating systems on virtual machines such as VMware and VirtualBox. VMware runs on the OS. If you want to use virtualization directly on the hardware, you can buy a server and install VMware ESXi on it.

  2. chuck fountain

    My apologies – I guess I did not make myself clear enough for you. Please re-read the sentence starting with word “Until”. That should make abundantly clear what I would appreciate seeing (as well as many other silent viewers). Your level of expertise is unquestionably beyond us mere mortals – so please be patient and bear with us. There is no criticism intended/directed toward you or others who promote this paradigm. If VMWare runs on the host OS – whats the point when the OS installed within the VM cant be installed on the host machine. Sounds like a rabbit chasing his tale here. Your last “If” sentence is actually the root cause of the VM strategy failure. Thanks again for the courtesy of your reply. I have calmed down – just washed my hands of all this ridiculous absurdity to move on to more esoteric endeavors (in the REAL world). If I could sit at a keyboard with you and watch you prove my point – you would be the first person I would take out to the restaurant of your choice. Best wishes in your future challenges..

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