<P align=left><SPAN>Anyone who has tried Virtual PC 2004 on Windows Vista knows that the experience can leave something to be desired. But today, from the hard working folks on the Virtual PC Team, we have Virtual PC 2007.</SPAN><P align=left><SPAN>Virtual PC 2007 was optimized for using Windows Vista as the host operating system, allowing you to run multiple operating systems on a single PC and have an excellent experience doing so. Virtual PC 2007 has also been optimized for Windows Vista running as the guest operating system as well. Here it is running on one of my Windows Vista boxes:</SPAN><P align=center><SPAN></SPAN><SPAN>
Virtual PC 2007 can be a huge asset to business users. Many businesses have custom applications that are designed to run in a specific environment, and upgrading a PC to Windows Vista may break those custom applications. With VPC2007, business users can enjoy the upgrade to Windows Vista without to having to give up access to those custom or proprietary applications. Instead, custom apps are accessible in their native (albeit virtual) environment, exactly as you remember them.
Just a warning to would be users, for some reason I have yet to fathom out of all versions of Vista which are supported by the 2007 version, Home Premium is not, you can't get it to install unless you bypass the driver signing wotsits. Why ???
answers on a postcard please to the usual address.:hehe: