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    i have just started using it and i find it quite useful i installed win 98 on it just to see wot virtual pc is like and it really does run it just like another comp

    if anyone wants this program i have posted it in the verifieds

    very useful if you want to test OS without installing them fully on ur comp

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    Got_brains?'s Avatar Poster
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    I feel stupid, but what is a virtual pc? Is it a mini-os which isnt fully installed?

    P.S. Nice Comp in your avitar (my dream one too! )

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    Originally posted by Got_memory?@15 April 2003 - 21:31
    I feel stupid, but what is a virtual pc? Is it a mini-os which isnt fully installed?

    P.S. Nice Comp in your avitar (my dream one too!  )
    Virtual PC is software for the Mac to enable it to run MS Window within a window so they can use PC software. The software made by Connectix.

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    Originally posted by Darth Sushi+15 April 2003 - 14:00--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Darth Sushi @ 15 April 2003 - 14:00)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--Got_memory?@15 April 2003 - 21:31
    I feel stupid, but what is a virtual pc? Is it a mini-os which isnt fully installed?

    P.S. Nice Comp in your avitar (my dream one too&#33;&nbsp; )
    Virtual PC is software for the Mac to enable it to run MS Window within a window so they use PC software. The software made by Connectix. [/b][/quote]
    Ok, thanks darth sushi&#33; <-me

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    VWware Workstation is bad. (screws up your internet connection)
    Virtual PC is good.

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    Yeh m8,wicked prog&#33; I use it for running linux emu.
    F**Kin` brill&#33;
    cheers,
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    Originally posted by p2pmaster@15 April 2003 - 17:00
    i have just started using it and i find it quite useful i installed win 98 on it just to see wot virtual pc is like and it really does run it just like another comp

    if anyone wants this program i have posted it in the verifieds

    very useful if you want to test OS without installing them fully on ur comp
    could you please pos a ss (screanshot) of it so i can see what ot is like.



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    The Hitcher's Avatar I'm a cockney flower
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    I have used both Virtual PC and VM ware and had no issues with either.
    Both very good and very handy bits of software to have.

    I had about 8 OS's installed last time. I tried running them all at once but i ran out of RAM. lol

    Anyways here is a screenshot of what VPC can look like.


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    I like parallels more it's really great

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarIsPeace View Post
    I like parallels more it's really great
    That's mac-only right?
    I like the effects that it does.

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