On Thursday, 22 September 2016 11:26:12 UTC+10, Andrew David Wong  wrote:
> No, the term "AppVM" (Application Virtual Machine) is a functional term.
> It simply refers to any VM that is intended for running software
> applications. AppVMs can be either TemplateBasedVMs or StandaloneVMs
> (but never TemplateVMs), and the designation is independent of the
> underlying virtualization method (PV, HVM, etc.).

But my non-standalone HVM is used and intended for running software, as you say.

My HVM is a template based VM, it even has Qubes extensions in it and more.
It runs the same as any other AppVM.
It is PV and HVM.

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