Announces PC Emulator Upgrade Path for Abandoned Virtual PC for Macintosh Users

Share Article today announced the immediate availability of a low-cost upgrade path for Microsoft Virtual PC owners who have been abandoned by Microsoft. MS has announced that they have no intent of offering an Intel-Mac-compatible version of Virtual PC, whereas iEmulator is a Universal Binary which runs natively on both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs.

iEmulator 1.7.9, a leading high-performance emulation solution, is now available to all Microsoft Virtual PC owners at the special price of $19.95. This upgrade price includes the full iEmulator application, comprehensive documentation, a version of DOS, unlimited no-charge updates to iEmulator and rapid-response technical support.

iEmulator offers an incredible feature set, including the ability to assign up to 1GB of RAM to each emulated PC, virtually instantaneous PC state saving and loading, full-screen as well as windowed mode, printing support (to both USB and networked printers), support for international keyboards, CD image as well as physical CD-ROM support, the ability to access Mac files and folders from Windows, audio support and support for running multiple emulated PCs simultaneously.

In addition, iEmulator can import Virtual PC 7 emulated PCs that use static-sized hard disk images, in many cases without requiring any editing of the imported PC. continues to set the benchmark for customer support and service. From simple thank-you’s for a quick tip to comments like "iEmulator is fantastically easy to use. I was so glad to find such an affordable, user friendly program.", "your support is second to none: friendly and amazingly quick!", "If you own an Intel Mac, you need iEmulator!" and "I am dubbing iEmulator -- the BEST way to run Windows." is proving that it has consistently set customer satisfaction as the goal above all else.

iEmulator is a high-performance PC emulator for the Mac OS X platform that has been available since November of 2004. For more information on this special upgrade offer please visit

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