Free Virtual PC from Microsoft
Virtualization has long been a fun toy for PC enthusiasts, and a godsend for developers who need to test their applications on a wide variety of operating systems. Now Microsoft has opened up the fun to everyone by releasing Virtual PC 2004 SP1 for Windows as a free download.
Virtual PC started life out as a commercial product sold by Connectix for the Macintosh platform that enabled Mac users to run PC applications. The company later released versions for Windows, OS/2, and Red Hat Linux. In 2003 Microsoft purchased the company and the product became known as Microsoft Virtual PC. Free Virtual PC from Microsoft
Back to: PC Security, privacy news