[045] Creating a Windows 10 virtual machine in VMWare

This video demonstrates how to create a Windows 10 virtual machine using VMWare Workstation Pro. To complete this tutorial, you will need a PC, VMWare Workstation Pro, and a Windows 10 ISO file from Microsoft (link below). Georgia Southern University students may acquire a licensed copy of VMWare Workstation Pro from the VMWare store (link below). Simply log in using your Georgia Southern credentials and “purchase” the software at no cost. Note that VMWare provides a Mac version of their software (i.e. VMWare Fusion).

Windows 10 ISO: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

Windows 10 system requirements: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-specifications

Georgia Southern University VMWare Store: https://e5.onthehub.com/WebStore/ProductsByMajorVersionList.aspx?ws=50fbc5b1-a432-de11-9d57-0030485a8df0


12 thoughts on “[045] Creating a Windows 10 virtual machine in VMWare”
  1. Thanks You Very Much For install Windows 10 x64 and I Love Your Channel. Can You Create "Windows 10 x32" for Help me?

  2. Oh my god, thank you. You were the only person who helped me on how to create a VM. I was mostly curious about clicking Custom, but you clicked on Typical. I will definitely follow this tutorial!๐Ÿ‘

  3. What if you don't have enough space on your hard disc to even make the machine? Any suggestions on how to clear up space?

  4. i just upgraded from version 15.0 does vmware not have the icons on the left of your virtual machines anymore? or do you just access them through your library? Thanks

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