We enjoyed the FREE upgrading to Windows 10 in past year, now with the launch of Windows Server 2016, Microsoft wants to give us more, but it is not Windows 10 this time, it is about Windows Server, which is more useful for enterprise customers.
After you used some while on VMware virtual machine, you might found your disk file (.vmdk) becomes huge.
The following is a sample, you can see the hard disk size is over 66 GB.
VMware Player can NOT run if you have installed Hyper-V or enabled Hyper-V feature in your Windows system. The solution is actually do NOT need to unistall Hyper-V, but just disable it.
In Windows, run command prompt with administrator rights and execute the following commands:
// disable hyper-v bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off // enable hyper-v bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype auto
Also you need to restart your Windows system..
There are too many confusing VMware products from VMware but lack of clear descriptions about them. For example, it is hard to know what difference or what relationship between vSphere Hypervisor and VMware player. I searched multiple days about these two concepts through Google, but I still did not clear idea about their relationship, and there is no any information about them in VMware official site ether.
What I can do it I try to record something which I have gotten by now, through internet.