April 28, 2009
XP, the Operating System that will not Die
Microsoft is adding an XP virtualization mode to Windows 7. Compatibility under Vista was sketchy, even when the property box was checked for earlier versions of Windows. Microsoft is adding its virtualization technology directly into Windows 7 which means XP won't appear to run on top of 7. Once the virtualization and application are run, it will appear to run as any other Windows 7 program. An XP license not required for this feature. This is Microsoft's way of moving business to the new OS. More from Computerworld.
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