As most of you know, there is a freeware version of Windows available from Microsoft, called Microsoft Hyper-V server. It is a stripped down, server-core like Windows Server, on which only the Hyper-V role is present. Alktought the GUI is almost absent, with no Windows Explorer, there are other typical Windows features that are there. Browsers like Firefox or Chrome are installable, software like 7zip or Winrar, VLC or SMPlayer etc. Somebody even put up a minimal GUI for it, that is loosely similar to Ubuntu Unity. So, I see an opportunity here. On this, we can have a freeware Windows for everyone, letting go all the drawbacks of piracy. The only major turn off, so far, is the absence of Windows Audio service. So, does anybody know a way to fully replace the Windows Audio service?