A reviewer of VPC 2007 from Microsoft (Competitor to VMWare and Parallels on the Desktop side) recently said:  “Microsoft released its Virtual PC (VPC) 2007 virtualization software as freeware recently, and you definitely get what you pay for. “

You might remember that in previous versions it was possible to get Linux running as a guest OS in a virtual machine; not so in this version, or so it would appear.  Guess you shouldn’t complain, it’s free after all, so they only support the versions of Windows, that’s all Microsoft needs to support, right?  Hmm.

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