Will XP Mode be supported on your Windows 7?

Is HAV still an issue for corporate customers considering a Windows 7 upgrade in 2010?

Dell, HP, Sony and Toshiba's websites reveal that virtualization support may still be an issue, mostly. So what’s a business buyer to do?

Make sure you make HAV a checklist item on new PC purchases

A few months before Windows 7 was released to manufacturing, the then-current crop of CPUs available for business didn’t support hardware-assisted virtualization (HAV)

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