Running a vm client for everyday usage instead of the host
Posted on 2011-05-03
I find it annoying that everytime I get a new computer with a fresh installation of windows on a new drive, most of my old programs that exist on my old drive no longer run.
Is operating in a VM the answer?
I recently also installed this software that somehow generated a key from my computer to give to the author so he could generate a serial for me. Which reminds me that this software is now glued to this operating system. So again if I get a new pc with a new installation, im gonna have issues trying to get that key.
Whats your guys views on this?
I dont know what other issues there would be if I continue to operate in a non-vm.