Microsoft releases Vista virtualization
Microsoft has released a public beta of desktop virtualization software to run legacy Windows applications on Windows Vista.
Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) will let you run Windows XP and Windows 2000 applications on Windows Vista without the need for testing or migration, the company said.
MED-V creates a virtual PC of the legacy version of Windows you want inside Windows Vista. The completed MED-V is due in the second quarter.
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