XP Mode to no Longer Require Virtualization Technology

To help users to use the XP Mode in Windows 7, Microsoft is releasing an update that allows more PC’s to take advantage of the virtualized operating system. XP Mode, for those that don’t know, is basically a PC in a PC. It isn’t emulation, but a fully running, free license, Windows XP machine to run within Windows 7. If it works in XP but not in Windows 7, it will run in XP Mode. The new update allows PC’s without AMD or Intels on chip virtualization technology to run XP Mode.