Siva You have to use what works for you, but if you're using any of the software provided through Solus, or even the 3rd party repo it can be pretty straight-forward.
However, using software like VMware Workstation is always a little more complicated on Linux, but really not too difficult. My earlier posts outline a script you can run each time there is a kernel update to update the kernel modules so you can once again run the software. It's quite simple, and has been working for me and others for quite some time.
I've uploaded the script into GitLab Snippets so it can be downloaded.
Here's the Snippet and here is the Snippet Download
After you download the file you'll need to make it executable by running this command in a terminal (if you downloaded it to your home directory/Downloads folder for example):
chmod +x ~/Downloads/solus_vmware_module_build.sh
Then you can execute the script it like this (again in a terminal):
Part way through the command it will as you for the password for elevated privileges (using sudo), so just input your user password there (as long as your user is an administrator, which is the default for the primary user.)