Back in May 2006, I’d written a tutorial on How to Run Linux In Windows. It was an all time hit, thanks to all you readers. Well, the tutorial and the task of running Linux in Windows enviornment is possible with the help of Virtualisation softwares and in that tutorial, I made use of Free VMware Player.
The problem with Free VMware Player is that it fails to allow users to create the virtual harddisk (VMDK files) and virtual machines (VMX files). So, users had to create them manually or had to download them from the internet by searching them from Google or any other search engine.
But, now users don’t need to create these files or they don’t need to search the internet for these files specifically for a particluar OS [you can run any OS in VMware, provided you have the files (VMDK & VMX) having the configuration of that OS] as you can create them on your own and that too very easily and the best thing is for free :D.
Havard Skrodahl has created an online tool which allows users to create the VMX & VMDK files easily and that’s why he has named it EASY VMX. The good thing about this tool is that it lets users create the files for almost each and every OS available and lets users make lots of configurations as well.
There are two versions available for Easy VMX, one is the simple configuration & advanced configuration. So, any person who’s looking for the virtual machine and virtual harddisk files then they can simply use this excellent tool. And without a doubt, it has to be the best tool ever for VMX files.