Tag / Application Virtualization

  • Last month the well-known community forum softgridguru.com moved to the new Appvirtguru.com site. Here is the note Ruben Spruijt left behind on softgridguru.com: After 20 years it’s time for some changes. We want to inform you about the fact that the softgridguru.com content is moved to www.appvirtguru.com. The goal of Appvirtguru.com is to provide deep technical information about […]

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  • September 20, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    Migrate to Windows 7 with InstallFree

    At VMworld 2009 in San Francisco I visited the InstallFree booth. And while I was there, the guys from InstallFree showed me this concept of the universal client, where you package/virtualize your applications once and run those applications on XP, Vista, Windows 2008 and Windows 7. “Is this so special?” I thought to myself. Well, actually […]

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  • Finally we are ready to release the updated release of the Application Virtualization comparison chart! In this release we’ve updated all the products to the latest version and we’ve added test-results of application launch-times. We didn’t want the document to contain a lot of text describing what application virtualization is, all the ins and outs […]

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  • We are currently updating our application virtualization comparison chart. The one thing I’m most excited about is that we’ve added the launch times of a couple of applications you might want to virtualize. We have planned to release the updated chart this month, but I wanted to give you a sneak peak at the launch […]

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  • Microsoft announced the immediate availability of the App-V 4.6 beta from Microsoft Connect. One of the major improvements is that the sequencer now packages native 64-bit applications, and with this they seem to be the first in the market ! Off course this is a beta and the question is whether Microsoft will really be […]

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