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Virtualization on the Desktop: VirtualPC 2007 and Hyper-V

About a year ago I started to use VirtualPC 2007 on my Vista x64 box to allow me to run other instances of OS's within isolation without requiring me to purchase anymore hardware for my desk. It's actually rather simple to do and makes it extremely easy to roll back any of your systems to a previous state in case they get screwed up by installing beta software or for any other reason. The latest from Microsoft is Hyper-V for Windows Server 2008. I'm still reading up on exactly what Hyper-V is, and what it's benefit are over Virtual Server 2005 and VirtualPC 2007.


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