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has anyone noticed any slow downs in VMWare 10 ( that maybe weren't there in 9???)

any solution?

running on a Windows 7 base machine

-dave.j
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Hi Dave,

What is the configuration of your guest and your Host OS?
What exactly is slow? The performance or the Disk copy speed?
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I need some more info.. What does your virtual environment look like?  What are the specs on the host and what are the resources you have allocated to the VM?
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core i7's 16 gigs of ram ... windows 7 is the base physical OS processor is capable of virtualization virtualized intel vt-x\ept   1 or 2 processors per VM ... usually running 2 VM's at a time sometimes up to 4 .... but the slow down is not respective to the # of VM's running ... it seems totally random ... .     the slow down wasn't present in VMWare 9

VM's consist of Win8, Win Server 2012, linux, win xp, etc....

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After you upgraded to workstation 10 did you upgrade the Vmtools in each of your VM's?
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

i want to ask another question
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Please assign points and close the question. You can ask another question.
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yes i updated vmtools

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