The older versions, which support a wider range of host and guest operating systems, remain available.
Starting with Windows 8, Hyper-V supersedes Windows Virtual PC.
Now, if the company could just work out the issues. I don't have Xbox (nor will I have it) so I have no idea how they think that's going to work.thanks for the info both my win8 and win7 media center boxes failed at the same time so I knew something was up. I have a purchased TV tuner that I paid a lot of money for and I use WMC to record shows on PBS to burn to DVD.FYI 60640 in Chicago has no guide so off to find a different zip code. (After my cable co went digital, most of the channels cannot be recorded to burn.) As for the current situation, I've tried 14 different ways to get it to load and nothing is working.Like millions of others around the world, you may be perfectly happy with your XP system, but it's now time to move on to either Windows 7 or Windows 8. After April 8, Microsoft will no longer release any patches or updates for XP, even if critical bugs are found.The only exceptions will be for large corporate customers willing to pay 0 per computer for a year's extension of "premier" support for hundreds, or thousands, of machines.