Virtual PC 1.x (Mac)

Originally an x86 emulator for Macintosh used to run Windows, Connectix, the company that made it, was purchased by Microsoft. Virtual PC was then retooled into a virtualization tool for x86 systems.

Virtual PC 1.0 emulates a PC with an Intel Pentium CPU (including protected mode , MMU , FPU and MMX) motherboard with Intel Triton chipset, two IDE channels, an ATAPI CD-ROM drive, S3 928 PCI SVGA graphics card with 1 or 2 MB VRAM, PCI Ethernet expansion card with DEC 21041 chip, Sound Blaster Pro, PC keyboard, and PS/2 mouse.

Installation instructions

Virtual PC 1.0 requires Mac OS 7.5.5 and a PowerPC processor. It was sold with either a pre-configured (pre-installed) Windows 3.11 (MS-DOS) or with Windows 95 and later also with PC-DOS. In addition Virtual PC 1.0 officially supported Windows NT, OS/2 and OPENSTEP as guest operating systems.

Product type
Application Virtualization
Vendor
Connectix
Release date
1996
Minimum CPU
PPC
User interface
GUI
Platform
MacOS

Downloads

Download Name Version Language CPU File type File size
Connectix Virtual PC 1.0fc2 (Windows 95 Edition) 1.0fc2 English ppc CD 90.2MB

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