Microsoft says 'No' to virtualization and Vista Home, but previously said Yes!

Discussion in 'Windows Virtual Machine' started by daj, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. Lago di Cuba

    Lago di Cuba Junior Member

    Thank you Sir, may I have another?
  2. dkp

    dkp Forum Maven


    Let's start over as friends - we agree on the underlying issue that it would be best for the users if both Microsoft and Apple did not restrict the users from running software they have spent hard earned money on in virtual machines. The other side of that coin is the reality that they do restrict this and as good citizens we're obliged to honor that restriction. We can still petition them to change the policy and that is where you and I should spend our energy. Flinging snarky barbs across the internet can be humorous and sometimes even fun if it is meant to be fun but doesn't help advance us to the objective of free usage of our purchases.
  3. AnaP

    AnaP Bit poster

    Do you know anything about installing augmented reality application on your computer? If me talk about about a mobile phone, I understand how it works, but how will it function on a computer?

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