VMware Won’t Charge to Support New Operating Systems
Gareth Andrews / 4 years ago
When it comes to operating systems, some people don’t like running just the one. This means that when you want to run a piece of software, you often either load up an alternative operating system or run one within another. If you want to run one inside another, companies and homeowners alike enjoy using virtual machines. VMware is offering users a cheaper alternative if you want to run the latest version of an operating system.
VMware is releasing free upgrades to both fusion 8.5 and 8.5 Pro and even providing the latest update to Workstation versions 12.5 and 12.5 Pro.The update allows the Linux, Mac and Windows versions of the software to run Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 after its anniversary update.
The latest updates are free for users of the software, saving you spending $50 for an upgrade or $80 for a new copy of the software in order to support the latest operating systems. Without a big update on features, the latest patch is purely about letting VMware users enjoy their latest operating systems without charge.