Windows XP Mode RC for Windows 7 Setup Guide
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The XP mode is intended for Professional editions, Enterprise and
Ultimate editions of the forthcoming Windows 7 operating system
developed by the Redmond company. As a reminder, this is an add-on to
download the form of a virtual machine to run directly under windows
seven and totally transparent, software provided the basis for Windows
XP ( see our file for more explanation). Free, this feature will mainly
aim to encourage businesses still reluctant to migrate by ensuring the
functioning of their applications.The news announced by the RC version
are the ability to connect USB devices in XP mode applications directly
from the taskbar of Windows Seven, the ability to access applications in
XP mode with a Jump List , the option to choose where images are stored
discs used by the XP mode, and the ability to disable file sharing
mode, and Windows XP 7.
Microsoft has posted a Release Candidate version of its tool "XP mode"
for Windows 7 . Much more successful and more stable, the installation
is possible for all those currently trying Release Candidate of the
system because it is configured Ultimate edition. Once the marketing of
Windows 7 launched Oct. 22, this mode is available only to XP
Professional and Ultimate editions. Microsoft has made available to
owners of professional publishing company and integral tool in Windows 7
Windows XP mode, it finds sufficiently successful and he wants to test
size before release.
Among other innovations, Release Candidate of Windows XP mode can now
allocate a USB device (like a key or a printer) to a virtualized
application directly from the taskbar without going into full screen.
The icon of the new taskbar also has a jump list to access the latest
Windows XP applications used. The shared storage between the two
operating systems can however be disabled, while a tutorial explains the
operation of the Windows XP mode at first start.
Windows XP Mode for Windows 7 makes it easy to install and run many
Windows XP productivity applications directly from your Windows 7-based
PC. It utilizes virtualization technology, such as Windows Virtual PC,
to provide a virtual Windows XP environment for Windows 7. Windows
Virtual PC is the latest Microsoft virtualization technology for Windows
7. It is the runtime engine for Windows XP Mode to provide a virtual
Windows environment for Windows 7. With Windows Virtual PC, Windows XP
Mode applications can be seen and accessed from a Windows 7 desktop.
What’s new in Windows Virtual PC ?
With the release of Windows 7, we are introducing a number of new
features in Windows Virtual PC designed to make it easier for you to run
your legacy applications in a virtual software environment like Windows
XP Mode :
- Integration with Windows XP Mode setup (Windows XP Mode is a
benefit of Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate and Enterprise)
new approach that intuitively incorporates Windows Virtual PC
user interface (UI) into that of your Windows 7 desktop
ability to use many of your USB devices from within a virtual
Windows environment, such as Windows XP Mode
- Seamless launching
of Windows XP