The system virtualization software MokaFive Player has been installed on a test system quite some time know and I finally found the spare time to test it extensively. The virtualization software allows users to create and run so called LivePCs on their computer desktop. A Live PC is a virtual computing environment that makes use of Vmware Player as the system virtualization platform but without the hassles of having to install and configure operating systems before being able to use them.
Live PCs can be added easily to the application. The labs section on the MokaFive website lists dozens of potential Live PCs ranging from various MS-DOS versions, Linux distributions to gaming systems and applications. One of the most popular Live PCs is the Fearless browser which is a hardened browsing suite that provides anonymization and security.
The core benefit of running the MokaFive Player is that it is dead easy to use. All it takes is to either start one of the Live PCs that ship with the product or download an additional Live PC from the website. It does not take more than a few clicks to work with a virtual PC system.
The system virtualization software adds a few new features to VMWare Player including:
MokaFive Player is an excellent easy to use system virtualizations solution.
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