Like VirtualBox, VMware Player built on the developments in virtualization, developed more than 10 years. Works with the most demanding applications, using advanced technology memory management and processor. Running 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems with up to eight virtual CPUs and up to 64 GB of RAM allocated to each virtual machine. Built-in virtual machine drivers for printers automatically available for Windows and Linux without additional settings and installations.
Installation into Linux Mint:
cd /tmp; wget -O vmware-install.sh http://drive.noobslab.com/data/apps/vmware/vmware-install.sh chmod +x vmware-install.sh sudo ./vmware-install.sh
During installation you will be prompted to accept the license. Activate this option and click Next
And also, a window opens asking you to enter the license key, but since this product is offered to be installed is free to enter anything not necessary, just click Next to complete installation
Uninstalling VMware Player:
sudo vmware-installer -u vmware-player