How to Install VMware Workstation 16 Pro on Windows 10 | SYSNETTECH Solutions

This video shows you the steps to install VMware Workstation Pro 16.1.0, which allows you to create a virtual machine on Windows 10 64 Bit operating system and run another operating system on it.

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The #VMware Pro 16 version released on November 19, 2020, has many innovations. Some of the key innovations are:

1. Containers and Kubernetes
2. DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1
3. vSphere 7 Compatibility
4. Dark Mode UI
5. Sandboxed Graphics Rendering Engine
6. Linux Host: Vulkan Graphics Rendering Engine
7. Improved Accessibility
8. USB 3.1 Support + Performance & Bugfixes

Thanks to the great innovations listed above, VMware has made a big leap forward in the world of virtualization. The most striking of these features is the support of Containers and Kubernetes from software developers.

Now, follow the simple steps below to install VMware Pro on a #Windows10 computer that supports virtualization.

Step 1: First, visit the link below to download VMware software for Windows and download the relevant setup file to your computer.

Step 2: Start the installation by running the exe file you downloaded to your computer as an administrator.

Step 3: Continue with the Next button in the Wizard window.

Step 4: After reading the end-user license agreement, accept it and click Next.

Step 5: Check the Enhanced Keyboard Driver option in the Custom Setup window and click Next.

Step 6: Join the customer experience program to help develop the VMware virtualization program in the User Experience Settings window.

Step 7: In the Shortcuts window, check the relevant options to create the desktop location and the start menu shortcut and click Next.

Step 8: Finally, click the Install button to start the VMware installation and then restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

Uninstalling VMware Workstation

You need to use “Add and Remove Programs” to uninstall VMware Pro that you have installed on your Windows computer. In this window, you can run the wizard by double-clicking on the program and you can delete all the settings you have made by clicking the remove button.

Additionally, you can uninstall VMware Workstation using the cmd command prompt. To do this, type Run a cmd and then navigate to the location where the setup file is located and use the FileName.exe /clean command.

✅ System Requirements

➦ A compatible 64-bit x86/AMD64 CPU launched in 2011 or later *
➦ 1.3GHz or faster core speed
➦ 2GB RAM minimum/ 4GB RAM or more recommended

✅ General Host OS Requirements

VMware Workstation Pro and Player run on most 64-bit Windows or Linux host operating systems:

➦ Windows 10
➦ Windows Server 2019
➦ Windows Server 2016
➦ Windows Server 2012
➦ Windows 8
➦ Ubuntu
➦ Red Hat Enterprise Linux
➦ CentOS
➦ Oracle Linux
➦ openSUSE
➦ SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Note: Windows 7 hosts are no longer supported, Workstation 16 will not function on them.

✅ Workstation Pro installation:

➦ 1.2 GB of available disk space for the application
➦ Additional hard disk space required for each virtual machine
➦ Please refer to the vendor’s recommended disk space for specific guest operating systems

✅ Supported Guest Operating Systems

VMware Workstation 16 supports hundreds of 32-bit and 64-bit guest operating systems.
Here is a list of the most popular:

➦ Windows 10
➦ Windows 8
➦ Windows 7
➦ Windows XP
➦ Ubuntu
➦ RedHat
➦ Oracle Linux
➦ Debian
➦ Fedora
➦ openSUSE
➦ Mint
➦ CentOS
➦ Solaris, FreeBSD, and various other Linux Distros

For more information on system and hardware requirements, we recommend you visit:


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