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VMware comes with service virtualization Windows programs on Chromebooks
VMware is a pay service to run on Chromebooks. Windows programs The service was created in collaboration with Google and Windows applications thereby run in a browser in which Windows is virtualized.
The service is part of other virtualization packages from VMware and from Wednesday equal use says the company. Windows applications running on VMware’s Blast protocol for html5 and users have free access to their applications and data remotely.
VMware and Google said to offer the service together if it is only available to customers of VMware. Users can not only individual applications, but also use the full desktop via the VMware Horizon platform.
Sales of laptops with Chrome OS have increased in recent months due to the release of new models and the fact that laptops are usually cheaper than comparable models with Windows. The basic idea of Chrome OS is that the user simply uses web services, the whole system is basically a web browser.
Since the start of sales of Chromebooks in 2011 that went VMware virtualization applications on Chrome OS, was known .Viewing:-147
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