Paragon Virtualization Manager 2009 Personal (English)< のgiveaway は 2009年10月9日
Paragon Virtualization Managerは Windowsベースのコンピューターをバーチュあアル環境へバックアップ。
Windows 2000Pro/XP/Vista/7 (32bit and 64bit editions); Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher; CPU 300 MHz; 128 MB of RAM (256+ recommended); 100 MB HDD; SVGA video adapter and monitor, mouse
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More detail on this in my full review, but Paragon Virtualization Manager 2009 Personal is already available for free directly from Paragon's website... so I am not sure what this is all about.
* Can create Microsoft Virtual PC, VMware, and VirtualBox compliant virtual machines.
* Can create a VM from your physical partitions/hard disks or image backups created with Paragon software.
* Interesting "adjust OS" feature to "fix" VMs created by other software.
* You can browse VMs.
* Allows you to create VMs of in-use systems.
* Nice *extra* partition management tools, such as copy hard drive/partition, resize/move partition, format partition, etc.
* A little bit slow in creating VMs when compared to the competition.
* Requires WinPE disk to use some of the "adjust OS" features; doesn't come with WinPE disk though.
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Hey #14 Ajaxx, How dare you making comments like that in this place! What kind of small world arrogance posesses you? There's more non English speaking people and internet users in the world than English speaking folks. Your world might be English but that's only a fraction of this planet. I doubt very much that you would be capable of even typing one word in Doru's native language. Leave that crap out of this place and respect the comments or questions others have.
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Ashraf, thanks for your review! Please note that Paragon Virtualization Manager 2009 is not available for free (except today), you can get it only if you buy Paragon Partition Manager Personal for $39.95
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For those not currently using virtual machines, btw, IMHO you should.
Personally, I have my browser and all outside contact in one virtual machine (complete with firewall and antimalware detection), all of my writing software (I'm a writer) in another virtual machine, all of my trading market analysis software in another machine, and everything else in a 4th virtual machine. The host does nothing but serve as life support for the virtual machines. The VM's can talk to one another when needed but are otherwise isolated, so what happens to one doesn't affect another.
The advantages of this are 1)stability (everything is isolated from everything else) 2) performance (there's almost no performance hit for a VM and I only have to deal with firewalls/anti-malware in the browser VM) 3) safety (the host is protected against everything and the VM solution that I use -- VirtualBox -- allows me to make instant backup "snapshots" of each VM and return the machine to that state within seconds), and 4) security (the VM's live on a TrueCrypt disk so NOTHING (no programs, no files) are visible or even apparent without a password.)
Most of the VM's run XP with a minimum of ram (192-256mb) and everything works together perfectly well in the Windows 7 host. So far, it has been a perfect solution.
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Just in case anyone else is using their PC for a task that doesn't lend itself well to ad-hoc restarts, this offering requires a restart after instalation. So plan for that if you want to test it today too.
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