Full Virtualization


  1. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
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    Full Virtualization


    Ben Fathi, VP of Development in Microsoft's Windows Core Operating System Division comments:

    By bringing full virtualization to the desktop operating environment, Microsoft could accomplish two rather lofty goals. First, virtualization is ideal for keeping one user from ruining or dominating any particular system while giving them near-full access to that same system. This would be a boon for multi-user systems such as the PC that's shared by a family or a business. In fact, much like "profiles" can move around an Active Directory environment today, with full virtualization, a complete "system" could follow you around, provided a minimum standard of hardware be met. Even better, system maintenance and patching could be standardized in mixed-hardware environments.

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    Windows "Vienna:" hypervisor being considered


    Later Ted
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  2. Posts : 576
    Vista X32. Windows 7 32bit
       #2

    Sorry Ted, missed this post. I mentioned in another of your threads that maybe we needed to explore the next "big" thing in PC's Virtualization. And, Voila. Here it is.
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  3. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
    Thread Starter
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    I started to post something about that there bit I didn't, I figured you'd find it.













    Later Ted
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