Parallels Workstation is the most powerful, easiest-to-use, cost-effective desktop virtualization solution available today. It empowers any user, from experienced professional developers to computer "newbies", to create completely networked, totally secure independent, maximally stable virtual machines on a single Linux-powered physical machine without partitioning or rebooting. Virtual machines can run nearly any x86 operating system, including the entire Windows family from 3.1 - XP/2003, Linux, FreeBSD, OS/2, eComStation, and MS-DOS. Using the product's easy step-by-step wizard, users can create virtual machines in seconds. Users can also easily manage active or inactive virtual machine properties with zero training by using Workstation's e intuitive, web-like interface. The product is available at an industry-leading price of $49/license.
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Version: 2.0 Released: Dec, 8 2005 License: Shareware, $49.00 Expires: Expires after 45 Days
File size: 9,937 K Platforms: Linux Downloads: 15
Parallels Workstation 2.0 enables users to run multiple operating systems, including Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, OS/2, eComStation, and MS-DOS, simultaneously on one physical machine without partitioning or rebooting.