It doesn’t take Apple long to release all the drivers to support Windows 10 running natively on Mac. Today, Apple released the latest Boot Camp 6.1 that supports a various range of Mac to run Windows 10 natively without a virtual
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A Native Boot VHD is a VHD (Virutual Hard Disk) that can be used as the running OS on designated hardware without a parent operating system hosting it. It’s a virtual machine running directly on bare-bone hardware just like regular Windows
Native boot VHD in Windows 7 is awesome but one thing you have to admit is that it’s not a simple process that can be easily set up through a very understandable GUI or wizard. We have covered a lot
First, it’s Native Boot VHD on Windows 7, and then on Vista, and without any hosting OS, now it can be done on a Windows XP machine too. Thanks to Mark Wilson and his team for finally figuring it out.
VHD native boot is a big thing in Windows 7. Despite the fact that the guest OS has to be on either Windows 7 or Windows server 2008 R2, the host operating system can be either Windows 7, Vista, or
If you haven’t known, here is what a native-boot VHD is, according to FAQ: Virtual Hard Disks in Windows 7. A VHD can be used as the running OS on designated hardware w/o a parent operation system, virtual machine, or