VMware released a new update shortly after for VMware Workstation Pro and Player users. VMware added Windows 10 19H1, Ubuntu 19.04, RHEL 8.0, Fedora 30, and ESXi 6.7 U2 support to version 15.5.0.
In addition to minor bug fixes, earlier versions of VMware Workstation have made a significant fix to the integer overflow vulnerability on virtual network devices that could allow the host to execute code on the host computer.
How to Download VMware Workstation 15.5.0 for Windows and Linux Operating Systems
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What is VMware Workstation?
VMware Workstation is a great tool that lets you set up and run virtual machines on a computer.
What is VMware Workstation Player?
VMware Workstation Player mainly targets home users or students, but this version is also paid.
What is the Difference Between VMware Workstation and Player?
VMware Workstation is designed especially for professionals working in the system and network area. Workstation Player is a software developed for more straightforward tasks.
What is the Latest Version of VMware Workstation?
The latest version of VMware Workstation for Windows and Linux operating systems is 15.5.0.
What’s New in VMware 15 Pro
New features in VMware 15 Pro are listed below:
- New operating system support
- Direct X 10.1
- Hardware version 16
- REST API
- High DPI support
- Hosts and Clusters view when connecting to vCenter
- vSphere 6.7 support
- USB Auto connect to the virtual machine
- SSH login to Linux virtual machine
- Enhanced User Experience
- Linux host Wayland support
- Virtual NVMe performance improvements
New Operating System Support for VMware 15 Pro
New operating systems supported in VMware 15 Pro are listed below:
- Windows 10 1803
- Ubuntu 18.04
- Fedora 28
- RHEL 7.5
- CenOS 7.5
- Debian 9.5
- OpenSuse Leap 15.0
- FreeBSD 11.2
- ESXi 6.7
1. How to Install VMware 15 Pro on Windows 10
2. How to Install Windows 10
3. How to Configure DHCP on Windows 10
4. How to Install Ubuntu
5. How to Run Windows Apps on Ubuntu