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Virtual PC 7
Get the Best of Both Worlds
Virtual PC lets you enjoy the best of both the Mac and PC worlds. It enables your Mac to run Microsoft Windows system-based software, access Windows networks and share files easily with PC users. And you can do all this without having to leave your Mac desktop - so you can work the way you want to work.
New and Improved Features of Virtual PC 7
The new Virtual PC for Mac 7 offers improvements in support, speed and reliability. Key enhancements in the new release are as follows:
G5 Support
G5 Support Virtual PC for Mac 7 was rewritten significantly to run on Apple's latest hardware from the G3 to the 64-bit G5 processor.
Improved Performance
Applications respond faster, helping users maximise their time.
Easy Installation
Virtual PC for Mac 7 has a new set-up assistant that guides the user through the installation process.
Better Graphic Handling
Virtual PC for Mac 7 takes advantage of the graphics processor on the Mac to deliver faster, cleaner graphics usage. Now screen redraws are speedier and graphics are more responsive.
Fast Save
Virtual PC closes with the click of a button, saving the PC state in the background so users can get on with their tasks without waiting and watching Virtual PC save.
Easy Printing
Mac OS X Panther version 10.3 users won't need to install special printer drivers; they can simply choose to print from any PC application and the file will automatically print to the Mac's default printer.
System Requirements
To use Microsoft Virtual PC for Mac Version 7, users need the following:
  • Hardware: A 700 MHz native* PowerPC G3, G4 or G5 processor.
  • Operating System: Apple Mac OS X version 10.2.8 or later; Mac OS X version 10.3 is required for the Power Mac G5.
  • Hard Disk: 3 GB of free hard disk space.
  • Memory: 512 MB of RAM.
  • Display: 1024 x 768 resolution monitor displaying thousands of colours
  • CD-ROM or DVD-ROM: CD-ROM drive (or connection to a local area network if installing a network)
  • Input Devices: Mouse or compatible pointing device
* Upgrade cards and accelerators are not supported
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