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Virtual Windows XP Logo What are Windows Virtual PC and Windows XP Mode and How Do I Use them?Update: The results are in.

Previously, we showed you what Windows Virtual PC and XP Mode are, how to create any virtual machine with Windows Virtual PC, and how to create a virtual PC with Virtual Box.

I use virtual machines frequently (mostly to write guides for this site when I need to test a tweak in different versions of Windows) and sometimes just to learn how to use another operating system like Linux Mint or Free BSD for example.

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One thought on “Do You Run Virtual Machines? Which Ones? [Poll]”

  1. John144 says:

    I do software development and need to test on various platforms. Also, with all my machines now running Windows 7, I need to run some software in XP compatibility mode: Groove, VPN, Outlook Express, VC++ 6.0

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