Virtualization

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Microsoft Virtual Server

Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 allows you to create separate virtual machines on top of your Microsoft Windows desktop, where you can install virtually any Intel-architecture operating system. Each virtual machine emulates a complete hardware system—from processor to network card—in a self-contained, isolated software environment, enabling the simultaneous operation of otherwise incompatible systems.

Windows Virtual PC

Windows Virtual PC is the latest Microsoft virtualization technology; it enables you to run many productivity applications on a virtual Windows environment, with a single click, directly from Windows 7. You can create separate virtual machines on top of your Windows 7 desktop. Each virtual machine emulates a complete hardware system—from processor to network card—in a self-contained, isolated software environment, enabling the simultaneous operation of otherwise incompatible systems.

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Hyper-V WMI Provider

 

 

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