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How to run Linux Live CD ISO image directly on Windows

Many users want to taste the flavor of Linux, especially Ubuntu on their Windows machine. I am not talking about installing Linux on Windows, but about a free tool that lets you run Linux directly on Windows without rebooting.

MobaLiveCD is a portable tool (1.6Mb), especially useful for testing downloaded Linux ISO image file (Live CD) before burning them on a CD/DVD or USB stick.


Users can run their favorite Linux LiveCD (ISO) just with a single click. It will run into an emulation window called ‘Qemu’.

Users can either associate this tool to right click menu of the ISO image file by clicking the button ‘Right-Click menu’ or directly from a saved location.

Download MobaLiveCD from program's home page

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  1. I tried it sometime back in Sep,08. Worked fine for me :D

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