Enjoy Working in a Virtual Computing
Environment – Even If You’re Not Technically
Savvy – with Paragon Software Group’s Go Virtual
Home users can now enjoy hazard-free benefits of virtualization; migration from PC to virtual machine is
easy, reliable and free!
July 13, 2010 09:22 AM Eastern Daylight Time
IRVINE, Calif.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--It’s time to upgrade to a new operating system, but the thought of
all the unknown issues may hold you back. What if your favorite applications haven’t been updated to work with the
new OS? There may be unintentional software glitches or bugs that will damage your host computer. One solution
would be to create a virtual clone of your current computing environment to test any changes or upgrades before
going live on your own PC, but migration to a virtual machine might be too complex and expensive for an average
home user. How do you even begin to go virtual?
Paragon Software Group, the technology leader in data security and data management solutions, invites you to ‘go
virtual’ with the new easy-to-use, free migration tool created for PC users who want to work in a virtual environment
without technical risk. How does it work?Paragon Go Virtual allows you to make a virtual clone of your PC in
three easy steps: http://www.paragon-software.com/home/go-virtual/how_it_works.html
Working in a Physical to Virtual (P2V) environment has benefits. Avoid negative system conflicts by creating a
virtual clone of your current physical system before migrating to a new computer—try new software in a safe
environment and decide whether it works and is exactly what you need before making it permanent. Or save your
virtual environment to a USB hard drive and use it from anywhere, just as if you’re working from your own PC.
With P2V, you can also take advantage of an up-to-date powerful computer while still having access to favorite
applications from an old computer. And, if your old computer is corrupted or you lose data in a transfer, but you
have a backu