Windows® 7: Don’t lose what you gained earlier
You can make use of virtualization mode to run applications that are not suitable to Windows 7. It has been inbuilt for the first time in any operating system. As far as technical requirements are concerned, Windows XP Mode needs a beefier system than that required to just run Windows 7 or Windows XP alone, including at least 2GB of memory and a system that has chip-level virtualization from either Intel or AMD. Windows XP mode on Windows 7 allows programs designed for Windows XP to run inside a virtual machine within Windows 7. However, there is no clear cut way how to decide which PC would be able to run virtualization mode.
If we classify Windows XP mode, it consist of two portions - the first one is Windows Virtual PC engine and second is a licensed copy of Windows XP Service Pack 3. But, unfortunately both the features are not inbuilt in Windows 7. Windows XP mode is available as a free utility which you need to download, provided your system is supportive. Free download for those who have a license to Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise, or Windows 7 Ultimate.
Microsoft is aiming Windows XP Mode primarily at small businesses. Larger businesses may also need to run older applications, but typically want control over things like who can install programs on their machines and other management issues. For them, Microsoft has a product called MED-V that allows such control. An updated version of MED-V, will add support for Windows XP mode on Windows 7. Its now in beta within 90 days of the launch of Windows 7. One of the benefits of Windows XP mode on Windows 7 over existing virtualization products by Microsoft is the fact that, after a setup process, the Windows XP virtual machine runs in the background so users don’t have to manage multiple desktops. Windows XP Mode automatically installs shortcuts for Windows XP programs in the Windows 7 start menu. As Windows XP Mode isn’t a security solution, users will need antivirus software running both on their Windows 7 desktop as well as a copy running inside Windows XP virtual machine.
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