News: Microsoft Puts Limits on Vista Virtualization

sdy284 - February 1, 2007 10:38PM in Operating Systems, Manufacturers

With the release of Windows Vista on Tuesday, the final end-user licensing agreement (EULA) is reaching the eyes of the masses – for those who actually care to read through it instead of blindly clicking “next.” One particular clause found in specific versions of Windows Vista is catching the attention of many Mac users, particularly those using Parallels Desktop software, which allows Mac users to run the new Windows OS on their systems. The Parallels Virtualization blog found that only the higher-end versions of Vista permit the use of virtualization software. The EULA for Vista Home Basic and Home Premium Editions is quite clear in its stance on virtualization...