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June 14, 2010, 3:44 am
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I've just turned it on in the BIOS of my T60 ThinkPad running XP Pro on a
I just wondered did I do the right thing? I notice no difference and it's
off by default. I don't run any VMs. I wondered if any of the knowledgeable
posters here could give me a clue about whether I should have it on or off,
"When we dream.... that's just our brains defragmenting" G Jackson.
Re: What's the benefit of Intel Virtualisation....
It's more conceivable, if a program doesn't use regular APIs in the OS.
The staff at Adobe like to do stuff under the blankets for Photoshop.
If you have an old version of Photoshop, perhaps it works better
in one environment than the other.
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