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Windows Virtual PC (successor to Microsoft Virtual PC 2007, Microsoft Virtual PC 2004, and Connectix Virtual PC) is a virtualization program for Microsoft Windows. In July 2006 Microsoft released the Windows version as a free product. In August 2006 Microsoft announced the Macintosh version would not be ported to Intel-based Macintosh computers, effectively discontinuing the product as PowerPC-based Macintosh computers are no longer manufactured. The newest release, Windows Virtual PC, does not run on versions of Windows earlier than Windows 7, and does not officially support MS-DOS or operating systems earlier than Windows XP Professional SP3 as guests. The older versions, which support a wider range of host and guest operating systems, remain available.
Software Name: Microsoft Virtual PC 2007
Version: Version (6.1.7600.16393)
Installer: Install Offline / Full Standalone Setup
File Size: 32 bit (30.4 MB), 64 bit (30.52 MB)
- Operating System: Windows 7 (all editions except Starter)
- Memory (RAM): 1.25 GB of RAM required
- Disk space needed for installation: 20 MB
- CPU (Processor): 1 + GHz processor
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Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 Features
- Virtual Applications
Applications installed on virtual machines can be published directly to the Windows® 7 Start menu, allowing these applications to start directly from the Start menu and run seamlessly on Windows 7 just like native applications. The Windows® XP desktop is not visible, and the applications do not have to run inside a virtual machine window.
- Drive Sharing
You can share individual drives on the Windows 7 host computer with virtual machines using the virtual machine settings.
- Console Integration
The Windows Virtual PC console has been integrated with Windows Explorer. Clicking the Windows Virtual PC start menu shortcut opens the virtual machines folder, where you can create a new virtual machine, start a virtual machine, configure virtual machine settings, or perform other common tasks without starting a separate application.
- USB Support
Windows Virtual PC supports USB devices on virtual machines. You can attach or detach USB devices using the USB menu in the virtual machines window. While a virtual application is running, you can right-click the taskbar icon for the virtual application, and then click Manage USB devices to make changes without restarting the virtual machine or application.
- Windows XP Mode
Windows Virtual PC includes built-in support for Windows XP Mode.