As I wrote in my post Virtual PC is completely integrated in Windows 7, new Windows Virtual PC has new great feature, called Windows XP mode. It is free Windows XP operating system that you can download with a new Windows Virtual PC, you can of course run it virtually, but that’s not the point. The point are old legacy applications. If you have those applications that run only on Windows XP (or you have drivers that work only on Windows XP, like me), you can install those applications in virtual Windows XP, and then you can access them through Windows7 start menu. But also, you can install and use any application that you want…
Virtual PC Guy wrote this:
Using Windows Virtual PC you can access seamless applications from Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 virtual machines. You can have multiple applications running seamlessly in a single virtual machine, and you can have seamless applications running under different virtual machines at the same time.
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