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Operating System: Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 188.8.131.52 / 14 Jan 2009
The Vmware VMCI Bus Device is used with the VMWare Workstation. This workstation delivers the most secure, high performing and reliable virtual machine platform. It can provide users with the widest guest and host support for operating systems and an extensive feature set. It has support for more than 200 operating system platforms such as Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7 and other 20 Windows OS versions, OpenSuse, Ubuntu, Redhat and the other 26 Linux versions. When used with the Vmware VMCI Bus Device, the VMWare Workstation is able to efficiently run multiple operating system platforms simultaneously. With this workstation, users can streamline and automate tasks to improve productivity and save time, and run applications (plus other tasks) in Windows and Linux on a single computer system without having to reboot the system. It also offers an isolated environment in which users can test and evaluate new patches, applications and operating system platforms. It can seamlessly integrate with the SpringSource Tool Suite, Eclipse and Visual Studio.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The WMWare workstation employs a Unity mode in which applications can be easily integrated from within Linux and Windows virtual machines and makes them seem like they run on users’ native desktops. Features of this workstation like the ability to drop and drag email attachments, cut and paste and printing without a driver make it ideal for a virtual machine. It also has a snapshot feature wherein a virtual machine’s state is preserved so that users can at any time return to it. This feature is especially useful when users need to revert their virtual machine to a stable state. The WMWare workstation also has a cloning feature in which users can produce form the baseline configuration and installation multiple copies of a virtual machine. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and VMware VMCI Bus Device errors before installing any driver updates.