"Dave Warren" <dave-usenet@newsgroup> skrev i meddelelsen
> In message <39FAA913-E15F-489F-904F-C09D1C75D503@newsgroup> "senn"
> <senn@newsgroup&.fix> was claimed to have wrote:
>>If the user have a vacant XP license to install in a VPC2007.
> If you don't already have one, start shopping, they can still be found
> and you'll need it whether you use Virtual PC 2007, VMWare, or something
> else entirely.
Buying one more XP-license for use in the virtual PC 2007, when if
wanting to keep the original installed in windows XP-mode. After all
windows XP-mode could be useable in some instances. Anyway,
most users would not compleately uninstall it. Doing so and considering
this a full necessity would render an exstra critizimn against the
of this windows XP-mode.
>>Not all have it. MS used windows 7 xp-mode as a sales tracker.
>>Now I know; Why should I choose to load my Autocad 14
>>and other older programs into xp-mode for long term use,
>>when not even a clipboard.
> XP Mode has clipboard integration whether using the built-in VM or a XP
> SP3 VM you create yourself.
Glad to hear this. But there's no clipboard function in my instalation
of XP-mode having the Integration coupled in. My install may not yet
be accomplished. In fact, in my situation windows XP-mode was intended
to be loaded with win98, as this is the most suitable operating system for
the Autocad 14 application. 14 was build for 98 I think.
If no clipboard there. Then Windows XP-mode does not fulfil its purpose.
Yet, I does not intend to uninstall it, as I'm using XPs IE6 in trial of
websites. Because ms's SuperPreView is a static picture-shower and
> It's only older OSes running under Windows 7's Virtual PC that don't
> have clipboard integration and if that's a critical thing for you,
> Virtual PC 2007 is still available.
OK, I have already downloaded it, but will consider VMware before
installing it. At least having a trial with VMware. There's other teasers
with XP-mode as slowness in startup.
If you happen to be an ms-employee, you should really think about
a correction to almost everything of mss software. And among getting
old good VB6 back on track. The doubtfull WPF is probably a source from
which some of the mediocrity araises from. Let VB6 come out.
A lot of people waits to buy it.
>>This xp-mode is a really baby soother.
>>The people who made this is really some smart-ass and
>>nothing else except ma-like.
> It works very well for what it's intended to do.
It's a wrong way to go, to limit the userbillity of the XP-mode
making a decition what best suits the user. On expense of
having a fullblowned XP-operating system.
Again, If you're a ms-employee, get it all corrected.
>>Investment in professional software and skipping this
>>foolish company would raise ones mood. This company
>>is really sunken too low down.
>>What kind of VMware should be bought. There's no
>>price information on their site ?.
>>Anybody knows ?.
> You'll still need that spare XP license.
Yes, I did not say I didn't.
Thanks for your comment, anyway.