Virtual PC and Windows XP mode for Win 7, Download direct from microsoft

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Gamer2win, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. Gamer2win

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  2. Lenmaer

    Lenmaer MDL Addicted

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    Thanks but that's old news.
    Microsoft released it the same time they released the RC1.
     
  3. Gamer2win

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    yes I know, but someone posted a 6 part download in hotfile (slow)

    direct download is faster
     
  4. Lenmaer

    Lenmaer MDL Addicted

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    No way? :)
     
  5. tomorrow

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    The hotfile one is newer version if im not mistaken so its woth the wait imo
     
  6. xhtml

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    mate, where can i find the hotfile one please? Thanks
     
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  7. HSChronic

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    RTM of Windows Virtual PC won't be posted until near the GA of Win7, if not after.
     
  8. Dr.Kimble

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    Any idea of the date ?
     
  9. ZaForD

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    Oct 22nd 2009.
     
  10. justinkb

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    don't see the point of VPC at all... virtualbox is superior.
     
  11. HSChronic

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    There are many advantages of having a built in hyper-visor on the client side. If Windows Virtual PC can work out a lot of the beta kinks it should be a superior client side VM. None of the other client side VMs leverage hardware DEP and virtualization. Running Hyper-V VMs for Individual remote desktops in Hyper-V works great, the ability to translate this to the client side is very promising.