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Virtual PC 2007 Virtually Here

Virtual PC 2007, set to ship this quarter, is now a release candidate, which means it is in the very final stages of testing. The new rev supports hardware virtualization tweaks built into the latest Intel and AMD high-end chips.

For the true virtualization aficionados, the software can run up to 32 virtual machines at the same time. I guess it's time for a few more megs of RAM, eh what?

Posted by Doug Barney on January 09, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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