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Windows users will now be able to clone their existing C: Drive and convert it into a virtual machine with Robolinux's C: Drive to VM Support Package
CARMEL, Calif., May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Robolinux, founded in 2011, has released a "Revolutionary C: Drive to VM" Support Package that instantly creates a Windows XP or Windows 7 virtual machine by cloning the Windows C: Drive. This process takes only a few minutes to create a version of Windows that can run inside all 500 Linux Operating Systems and will already have all existing programs and data inside it. This will save users who are migrating to Linux a minimum of eight hours.
Since approximately 90 percent of Windows users have an installed original equipment manufacturer (OEM) version with restore disks that cannot install into a VM, this is the only solution available today that provides a seamless migration that can also run Windows apps inside a Linux Virtual Machine.
The C: Drive to VM Support Package uses the Robolinux Stealth VM Software to convert the raw VM image file into a highly portable and flexible VDI file. It will then install and configure automatically to run in VirtualBox with just one click. Additionally, it will protect the Windows VM from being infected by viruses and malware. Please see http://robolinux.org/stealth-vm-info for details.
One of the greatest benefits of the Robolinux C: Drive to VM Support Package is its ability to work without the acquisition of a new Windows license key.
The Robolinux C: Drive to VM Support Package is a perfect solution for Windows XP users who cannot afford or simply do not want to upgrade. Now, Windows XP users do not have to throw away the PCs and laptops they have invested thousands of dollars into and forced to spend money on new hardware and software.
Here's what others had to say about Robolinux:
In a recent ZD NET survey results published February 3rd, 2014 show 11% of all XP Users plan to upgrade to Linux.
One Windows User explains the problem with migrating to Linux in this succinct blog published on ZD Net:
"So from my point it really is an application thing not an OS thing."
"This is the single most important Robolinux update in the history of Robolinux as it will significantly increase the world's number of successful Windows XP and 7 migrations to Linux."
Please see: http://www.usoftlap.com/t162923.html
For complete Robolinux C: Drive to VM information please visit http://robolinux.org/c-drive-to-vm/
Robolinux Drive C: to VM Support Package video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkS6kuLcBQc
Contact: John Martinson, Founder of Robolinux
Tel: USA 831-250-6407
Cell phone: + 855-095921073
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