Virtual PC 2007

Virtual PC started off originally as an x86 emulator for PowerPC Macintosh to run MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows. Connectix, the company that made it, was purchased by Microsoft. Virtual PC was then retooled into a virtualization tool for x86 systems. Microsoft discontinued Virtual PC in favor of a server-oriented virtualization product called Hyper-V.

On the desktop, Virtual PC competed with VMWare and featured better compatibility with a wider array of guest operating system.

Release notes

Requires 32-bit or 64-bit Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista as host system. A 64-bit host system can virtualize both 32 and 64-bit guests.

Product type
Application Virtualization
Release date
Minimum CPU
User interface
Download count
14 (9 for release)


Download name Version Language Architecture File size Downloads
Microsoft VirtualPC 2007 ( x64 b) Prerelease English 22.45MB 1
Microsoft VirtualPC 2007 ( x86 b) Prerelease English 22.12MB 2
Microsoft VirtualPC 2007 ( RC) Prerelease English 23.24MB 0
Microsoft VirtualPC 2007 ( x64 B) Prerelease English 25.74MB 2
Microsoft VirtualPC 2007 ( x86 B) Prerelease English 25.68MB 4


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