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Paragon Go Virtual lets you virtualizes your PC without technical complexity

Paragon Software Group has released a new, free, very easy to use application called Paragon Go Virtual that allows you to make a virtual clone of your PC quickly and without any technical risk.

One benefit of Paragon Go Virtual is that, by creating an exact clone of your old PC, you can use any old applications on your new PC in a virtual environment. It support any Windows operating system since Win2K (excluding server).

Another benefit is you can safely test new operating systems, software and patches in an isolated environment without damaging your host operating system.

Moreover, you can create virtual clone of your PC, including operating system, drivers and settings, all your applications and files on a USB hard drive and use it on any computer, just as if you're working from your own PC.

To use Paragon Go Virtual, virtualization applications like VMware Player (can be download it free at VMware) required on a computer.

Install a virtual player or VM Player and launch your virtual PC created by Paragon Go Virtual. More detailed information and free download at paragon


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