IRVINE, CA, July 12, 2010 – It’s time to upgrade to a new operating system, but the thought of all the unknown issues may hold you back. What if your favourite applications haven’t been updated to work with the new OS? There may be unintentional software glitches or bugs that will damage your host computer. One solution would be to create a virtual clone of your current computing environment to test any changes or upgrades before going live on your own PC, but migration to a virtual machine might be too complex and expensive for an average home user. How do you even begin to go virtual?Paragon Software Group (PSG), the technology leader in innovative data security and data management solutions, invites you to Paragon Go Virtual with the new easy-to-use, free migration tool created for PC users who want to work in a virtual environment without technical risk. How does it work? Paragon Go Virtual allows you to make a virtual clone of your PC in three easy steps: http://www.paragon-software.
com/home/go-virtual/how_it_ works.htmlAvailability:Paragon Go Virtual is available for immediate download, free of charge: http://www.paragon-software. com/home/go-virtual/index.htmlSocial Media:We would like you to leave us a comment here letting us know what you think about it. We value all of your feedback on our bloghttp://blog.paragon-software. com/?p=439 (this post refers to product) or Facebook account: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ Paragon-Software-Group/ 116815481437?ref=ts&v=wall
Thursday, 15 July 2010
I don't normally republish press releases, but this looks pretty cool. I've used Paragon software before and it seems to do what it says on tin. What this appears to be a a fully featured VM package which consumers can use for free, so it definitely might be worth trying out..