Hyper-V Program Manager
In the RC release of Windows Virtual PC, one of the key changes was to integrate support for Windows 7 jump lists. Our jump lists are there to help you to:
For those of you who are curious – the day I tool these screenshots I was playing around with various web browsers in my Virtual XP Mode system. In the background you can see the CartoonNetwork site on Safari – where I was watching streaming flash video without a problem.
Has the incompatibility between Windows Virtual PC and the Windows Mobile Emulator been sorted out?
In the Windows 7 RC, the Virtual PC used for the "xp mode" had no floppy support, making it 'difficult' to install legacy OS's.. Yes I know I could copy them from a Vista/XP machine with VirtualPC, but a lot of us use Virtual PC to run legacy applications, like back to MS-DOS applications, and losing the floppy support would be a bad thing...
Anyways, thanks for all the hard work on the VPC product, it's saved my but when it came to firewalls & our inhouse ancient DOS stuff!
Recently used virtual machines have disappeared from the tasks area of the start menu - any idea how I can get these back?
I got it, for some reason the
..\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Virtual PC\Virtual Machines
didn't get created. I created the folder manually and planned to copy the vmcx files there to see if this would fix it but the system beat me to it and the vmcx files are there and in the start menu. Strange!