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By default settings of elementary OS, you see the "maximize" button on the top right corner of windows and the "Close" button at the extreme left. There is no minimize button, and for some, especially migrating from Windows OS, this could be a frustrating experience.
Elementary OS is one of the best-looking Linux distros available today. "Design" speaks a high language in elementary OS, and one could easily spot the close resemblance to macOS X in terms of appearance and polished UI.
VMware Workstation Player (formerly Player Pro) is available for free download and installation for personal use. It is a free alternative to VirtualBox, which is yet another excellent virtualization application. Please note that unlike VirtualBox, which is a Free and Open-source software (FOSS), VMware is proprietary software. You can run the installer on a Linux host with the following recommended system requirements.