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Java Virtualization Windows

Windows XP In a Browser 217

Posted by timothy
from the where-it-belongs dept.
An anonymous reader writes "JPC — the pure java PC emulator — has now been upgraded to JPC2, and can run WindowsXP inside the Java Applet sandbox."
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Windows XP In a Browser

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  • Licensing issue? (Score:5, Interesting)

    by Xocet_00 (635069) on Thursday July 21, 2011 @02:01PM (#36836632)
    This has to violate the license terms of XP.
  • by JoeDuncan (874519) on Thursday July 21, 2011 @02:02PM (#36836656)
    It'll come in handy to run those old DOS games that aren't properly clocked and run *way* too fast on modern machines....
  • NSFW? (Score:4, Interesting)

    by pz (113803) on Thursday July 21, 2011 @02:09PM (#36836734) Journal

    When I try to visit the linked page, I get ---

    This Page Cannot Be Displayed

    Based on your corporate access policies, this web site ( [] ) has been blocked because it has been determined by Web Reputation Filters to be a security threat to your computer or the corporate network. This web site has been associated with malware/spyware.

    Threat Type: Othermalware
    Threat Reason: Hosted on IP controlled by a group or individual known to be malicious.

    If you have questions, please contact your corporate network administrator and provide the codes shown below.
    Notification codes: (1, MALWARE, Othermalware, Hosted on IP controlled by a group or individual known to be malicious., BLOCK-MALWARE, [])

    That does not inspire confidence.

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