Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 20th Jun 2007 19:46 UTC, submitted by shykid
Microsoft Microsoft planned this week to announce that it was broadening the virtualization rights for Windows Vista, but decided at the last minute to reverse course and stick with existing limits. The software maker had briefed reporters and analysts on plans to allow the Home versions of Vista to run in virtual machines, addressing criticisms from virtualization enthusiasts and Mac users who had chafed at having to buy one of the two priciest versions of Windows in order to run Vista in a virtual machine.
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And it matters how?
by cmost on Wed 20th Jun 2007 21:28 UTC
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Just run one of the Vista home editions in a virtual machine anyway. It's not as if Microsoft plays by the rules. Why should consumers? What!? Are they going to come knocking on your door to check your PC?

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