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- click I accept the terms
of the license agreement and click Next.
- In the Installation
Folder page and credentials, accept the
default location where the files of Windows XP mode must be stocked, or
enter a new location.
- Enter a password, enter it again to
confirm, and then click Next.
- In the window Protect your
computer, decide if you want to protect
your computer by turning on automatic updates, then click Start
- Once installation is complete, Windows XP
Operating opens in a
Running Programs in Windows XP Mode :
- When you install a program in Windows XP mode, it becomes
accessible to both Windows XP and Windows 7 mode.
- To install
and use a program in Windows XP Mode
- Windows 7, click the Start
button , Click All Programs, Windows
Virtual PC and Windows XP mode.
- In Windows XP mode, insert the
disk to install the program in the
CD / DVD drive. You can also access the Setup program, open the file and
follow the installation instructions.
- Install a
program in Windows XP Mode
- Click the Close button the top of
the Windows XP mode.
- Windows 7, click the Start button On
Windows Virtual PC on Windows
XP User Applications, then click the program you want to open.
System Requirements :
- Windows 7 Home, Business or Ultimate.
- A computer enabling
hardware virtualization. This means that your
computer has a central processing unit (CPU) with the virtualization
capabilities Intel-VT or AMD-V.
- Virtualization capabilities
enabled on the system input / output
base (BIOS) of the computer.
Windows 7 :
- 1GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
RAM (32-bit) / 2GB RAM (64-bit)
- 16GB available disk space
(32-bit) / 20GB (64-bit)
- DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM
1.0 or higher driver
Windows XP Mode with Windows Virtual PC Requires :
- Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate or Windows 7 Enterprise
1GB of RAM
- Additional 15GB of available disk space
Windows XP Mode was designed for the small and medium business user who
doesn’t have a lot of resources to spend on IT or on revamping important
software. Windows XP Mode extends the lifecycle of many older Windows
XP applications to continue providing business value. Once you install
these applications directly in your Windows XP Mode environment, they
will be published to your Windows 7 desktop. With just one click, the
business user can run many Windows XP applications from a Windows 7
desktop just as if it were a Windows 7 application. There’s no need to
re-train the user, or to re-learn the application. Once you’ve
installed both Windows Virtual PC and the Windows XP Mode environment,
Windows Virtual PC provides a simple wizard to set up Windows XP Mode
with just a few clicks. It’s that easy!
Video Guide to Setup Windows XP Mode in Windows 7--