Microsoft allows devs to download VMs for Windows 7, 8, & 10 that work with
VirtualBox, Vagrant, VmWare, Parallels, & HyperV here:

They last 90 days and you can install Pharo on them.  Their real purpose is
to test websites on IE.

demarey wrote
> Hi,
> Regarding the various problems Pharo Launchers had on Windows, we worked
> on a new installer based on Advanced Installer [1] to avoid UAC (User
> Account Control) and write permissions problems. This new installer now
> installs Pharo Launcher in the user’s local app data folder (where for
> sure, he has write permissions). Pharo Launcher also now have its own icon
> and use its own name instead of Pharo. Also, the uninstaller now works as
> expected. Last but not least, the installer is now signed to avoid warning
> of Windows Defender.
> Thanks to Ben Coman who did the first version of the packaging using
> Advanced Installer (was NSIS).
> This version should also improve the launch of Pharo images on Windows.
> So, please could you install and test this new version: and report any
> problem with it?
> We do not have windows users around so it’s hard to know if it works
> outside our tests boxes.
> Thanks,
> Christophe
> [1]

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