Windows 7 and Windows XP Mode
sponsored by Global Knowledge

It’s probably inevitable that at some point during your organization’s transition to Windows 7, you’re going to encounter an application that doesn’t run properly with the new operating system, no matter what hoops you jump through. If you discover that such an application is considered essential by management, then you are in the same boat with many other IT pros.

For such situations, Microsoft has provided a way for Windows 7 users to run a Windows XP virtual machine in which the recalcitrant program can be executed, alongside native Windows 7 applications. Read this whitepaper to learn more.

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