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Virtualization for the home - Virtualization for the home
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The EU court rejects Microsoft's appeal. A big economist advises the teen virtual world Gaia Online. Here's an interesting blurb on Virtualization for desktops.

There are two main ways of doing desktop virtualization. One is to run multiple operating systems on one PC. Another is to have one or more operating systems running on a remote server, with the desktop tunneling in to those other operating systems. Technology such as Microsoft's Remote Display Protocol pipes keystrokes and mouse clicks to the server and a view of the screen back to the user.

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