5 Windows 8 Hyper-V Features We Want
Microsoft fans are still talking about the preview of the Windows 8 operating system presented at the BUILD conference last week in Anaheim, Calif. The user interface influenced by the Windows Phone 7 OS is notable as is the strategic shift from being PC-focused toward being tablet-focused. But Windows 8 may also be remarkable for how well it advances virtual desktop computing.
Following the release of Windows 7 in 2009, of which more than 400 million licenses were sold globally as of mid-July, Microsoft needs another home run. One of the ways it hopes to do that is by adding desktop virtualization based on the same Hyper-V platform that enables server virtualization.
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