>> I'm building the new website. I'll update the notice to encourage new
>> users to install FreeDOS in a virtual machine.
> any reason why we don't provide ready to run virtual machines as .VHD
> images?
> Tom

> Hmm... I don't know why we haven't. I don't know anything about VHD
> though. Is that a standard virtual disk image that any PC
> emulator/virtual machine can read? Can free/open source software
> virtual machines read these (or create them)? 

.VHD is a fairly generic virtual *disk* format, and most virtual
machines providers should be able to read them.

a tiny bit more specialized are the virtual machine configuration
files, but we should be able to provide multiple formats, for Virtual
Box, DosBox, HyperV, ...

still no rocket science, and no risk to damage user data.


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