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HOW TO: Run Other OSes On Your PC

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Many of you will undoubtedly have heard of VMware, but for those who have not, here is a little introduction:

VMware is powerful desktop virtualization software for software developers/testers and enterprise IT professionals that runs multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single PC.

But you can erase that bit about it being for “software developers/testers” and “enterprise IT professionals”, because I’m going to show you just how simple running another Operating System on your PC is.

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