I have a laptop that's a year old with 2GB of RAM, so it should work great. I'll let you know.
On Fri, 07 Mar 2008 22:18:05 -0000 "lm_hamilton" <lm_hamilton@...> wrote:
| The problem with virtual solutions is that they do not work so well on
| older PCs with lower RAM.
| The up side is that if you have a PC with the horsepower to give good
| performance, this option can "solve" a lot of the issues, since the
| native OS for a program is supported.
| I have heard about Virtual Box, but have not tried it.
| I have tried using Qemu. It seems to be a good option and Debian has a
| GUI to help configure it. I got Win98SE running in Qemu on my 1GHz PC
| with 256 MB RAM, needless to say, it is slowww. NoteTab worked, but I
| did not try printing.
| What I like about using Wine is that it does not have the need for so
| much RAM.
| At some point, I hope to be able to get a new PC that will have the
| power to try these virtual environments and get a usable configuration.