Microsoft has removed a barrier for its Windows 7′s XP Mode, where initially it required a computer processor which supports hardware virtualization as well as turning on the feature in the computer’s BIOS (basic input/output system). This has led to some confusion since not all PC owners had it easy when it comes to determining the compatibility of their system. Well, good news – Microsoft has announced that folks who run Windows 7 can use XP Mode without needing to have prior information on whether their PC processor supports hardware virtualization or not.
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