Citrix XenClient Does NOT Work on your Laptop? No worries, here is the fix!
I’m back in my office in FL, I love this office as it is just so "me" and has all my computers, toys (LEGOs) and so much more. It is a great working environment! Over the weekend I had some “spare” time to play with one of my most favorite technologies, client virtualization. I simply love it as it gives me all the control I want while at the same time the local performance I demand! Oh, I also get auto backups no matter where I am and if I have a problem I just click a couple buttons and I’m back in business. I run Windows, Linux, and even Google Chrome all at the same time without the need for slow and chunky VMware Workstation. I simply love it and don’t know what I would do without it. It has just opened so many doors.
So – I wanted to send you a quick email to let you know about what I, and many virtualization experts consider the BEST client virtualization solution! Virtual Computer’s NxTop! I know you might have tried Citrix’s XenClent, and don’t get my wrong, it is great too but maybe you had some issues getting it to run on your laptop or it lacks a backend permission or support for your graphics card thus ending your experience with client virtualization in the negative. I hear this all the time, "XenClient does not run on my machine…" But – it does not need to be like that! I have a solution for you and it is called NxTop!
It is just that simple, it works and it has more features than XenClient. Give it a shot and I think you will thank me. I really like it!! Well, to be honest, I find it amazing! J
Again, it works, and it has more features… what is not to love?
Download your FREE copy here: http://www.virtualcomputer.com/download-overview
Have fun! Enjoy and let me know what you think!!!! It is that good!
Oh, these are my views and in no way solicited or paid for by Virtual Computer. I want you to love this stuff as much as I do and to do that you need to know about the best and it needs to work on your machine. 🙂 This is from ME to you! That’s all. 😉