"Contrary to other comments here, VPC2007 will install and run on XP Home absolutely fine. It's just it isn't officially supported. All that happens if you'll receive two warnings before installing which say the OS you're installing it on isn't on the supported list. The same happened for VPC2004.
Note I did previously have VPC2004 installed before running the VPC2007 installer, I don't know if this made any difference :)"
Wondering if I can run MS Virtual PC 2007 on my XP Home machine. If possible or practical, I'd like to have Windows ME and Linux available on my XP Home machine. Virtual PC 2007's minimum requirements don't seem to mention XP Home but I know that sometimes app's will run with undocumented minimum requirements. And I'm wondering if anyone may have the answer to this before I decide weather to risk making a mess.
The machine on which I would like to host Virtual PC 2007 is an Emachines T3624 2.66GHz and running XP Home Edition SP2 with 32GB of free space and 256MB of memory. I realize that 256MB of memory is not much, but being that I use the machine almost exclusively in a utilitarian manner rarely is more than 60-90MB in use.