This site is moved to other domain!

You should be automatically redirected in 9 seconds. If not, visit
and update your bookmarks.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Stumble Upon Toolbar
written by: Viktor Ustijanoski in
[] [] []

Windows 7 XP Mode without hardware virtualization

Don't want to miss a single bit? Subscribe to our RSS Feed!

Microsoft announced that XP mode on Windows 7 can be used without hardware virtualization with a new system update. This update will work only on Windows 7 Enterprise, Professional and Ultimate.

Until now, XP Mode on Windows 7 was enabled only on a newer processors with hardware virtualization support - enabled in the BIOS. The users with older processors without hardware virtualization until now, cannot use XP mode benefits even if they have enough fast processor to handle that virtualization. Realizing that, Microsoft decides to remove these hardware requirements with system updates for both 32 and 64 bit Windows.

If your are Windows 7 Enterprise, Professional and Ultimate user, you can download these updates from following links:

Windows 7 32 bit – click here.
Windows 7 62 bit – click here.

You can found more info on official Microsoft blog.

Subscribe to DetectorProDid you enjoy this post? Why not leave a comment below and continue the conversation, or Subscribe to Feed and get articles like this delivered automatically to your Email or feed reader.

Related articles by tags