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Virtual machines (virtual computers) are software based versions of a “real” computer. The difference is that they only exist within the program that is running them (the hypervisor).

VMs are fully functional computers, meaning that you can install programs/apps, access the Internet, log in to online accounts and play music and videos. You can everything that you’d expect to be able to do on a normal computer.

Virtual machines are great for experimenting with. You can try out new operating systems, you can browse the web safely and open suspicious emails. Download new software to try it out, all without risking your host (real) computer.

Virtual computers are the future. They offer so much potential once you get to grips with them.

With At Home Virtual Computer Guides you can easily get your first VM up and running. No previous experience required.

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