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VMware vSphere Client Download for Windows: All Versions and Releases

Few will deny the impact VMware had on modern virtualization technology environment and the Palo Alto software company leading role in the revolution involving thousands of server farms in recent years. An infrastructural change that also had an huge impact on many system administrators, who suddenly found themselves eager to learn and manage the logics behind the maintenance, backup and administration of either the Virtual Machines and their Hypervisors.

These issues are being mostly handled by using the vSphere Client, which is a free software released by VMware enabling SA to connect to VM Hypervisor systems and manage them. If you stumbled upon this page, chances are you know how difficult can be to retrieve the download links of the vSphere Client’s builds, each one required to connect to the corresponding vSphere release. This list comes to the rescue, including the download links for a wide number of available vSphere Client for Windows in the most likely case you’ll need them.


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OS X Yosemite and VMware: how to improve performance

Since the day VMware came out, virtualizing OS X quickly became a peculiar resource for most IT professionals, including:

  • Software developers interested in writing applications for iPhone, iPad and Mac using XCode wth Objective-C or Swift without being forced to buy a Mac.
  • System administrators wanting to test experimental configurations and/or simulating changes in a secure environment before bringing them into production.

Not to mention all the IT enthusiasts working in a Windows environment yet interested to take a look at the latest versions of Apple’s operating system, maybe without being forced to commit thousands of money for an hardware they’re not interested in.

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VMware 10 and Windows Update KB2995388: Not enough physical memory available

Windows 8.1 users who installed VMware 10 (Player or Workstation) and periodically keeps their system up to date with the Windows Update feature will most likely ran into the following “Not enough physical memory” issue when starting a Virtual Machine:


The reason for this error is a conflict between VMware and the KB2995388 Microsoft optional update for Windows 8.1, released between October and November 2014. The issue has been immediately noticed by the VMWare development team and they are already working on a fix to permanently solve it. Meanwhile, the best thing you can do is to uninstall the (thankfully) optional update from the system (Control Panel -> Programs and Features -> Installed Updates):


For additional info and updates on this issue we suggest to refer to the official article published on the VMware development blog.