|05 Nov 2010||#2|
This emulated hardware platform is what we call a virtual machine. Running a virtual machine with its own emulated hardware profile and operating system, it is as if it was a separate computer, not just something running on your desktop.
Because of this, a completely emulated and simulated hardware profile, it's not only possible to run 32-bit guest on 64-bit host, but it's also possible to run 64-bit guest on 32-bit host on virtual machines running on VirtualBox and VMware. Windows Virtual PC can at the moment only emulate x86, 32-bit processor architecture.
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Here 32-bit openSUSE Linux and 32-bit Vista Ultimate running on VirtualBox machines on my Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit dual display desktop:
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|05 Nov 2010||#3|
ok. i already downloaded the virtualbox on to my desktop. on there do i add another type of windows 7 i would like to create? i also tried the windows virtual pc and it tells me that my computer is compatiable to use because its a home preminum os. do i need to upgrade?
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