I didn't say that Virtual PC was better than VMWare, I said one of our site readers felt that way. For myself, we already own a 5-license copy of VMWare so that's what I use (and what I know best). I've heard numerous pros and cons from various folks like yourself, and encourage other readers of this dialog to draw their own conclusions. My advice is don't buy anything that doesn't come with a money-back guarantee should you encounter software compatibility issues. Thanks for adding to the ongoing dialog (and controversy).
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