November 10, 2003

Microsoft's New, Low-Cost Virtual PC To Run Linux

virtual machine information and expanded memory support.

Microsoft has released Virtual PC 2004 to manufacturers, completing a lengthy product-customization process that began when the software giant
acquired Connectix earlier this year.

The Redmond, Washington-based company also said it will lower the sticker price of Virtual PC dramatically -- by US$100, to $129 -- and predicted the
product will be ready for sale by the end of this year. Most customers who hold licenses to Connectix' older Virtual PC products will be eligible for
free upgrades.



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