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MED-V Virtualises Non-Compatible XP/2000 Apps In Vista

MED-V Virtualises Non-Compatible XP/2000 Apps In Vista

Windows Vista only: Microsoft’s Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) tool, offered as a free public beta, creates a low-profile virtual machine that runs XP/2000 apps in their own environment, right on your desktop. It’s not an app you can just install and fire away with, and you’ll have to fill out…

Run Windows Apps Seamlessly Inside Linux

Run Windows Apps Seamlessly Inside Linux

You love working inside your Linux desktop, but at the most inconvenient times you’ve got to reboot into Windows—whether to open a tricky Office file, try out a Windows application, or even just play a quick game. However, with some free tools and a Windows installation disk, you can have…