About three weeks after launching Windows Vista, Microsoft is on a roll with new and updated versions of its own products that are compatible with Windows Vista.

Microsoft made available on February 19 not only a Vista-compatible version of SQL Server 2005, but also the final version of Microsoft’s Virtual PC 2007 product, which supports Windows Vista as both a host and guest operating system (OS). Virtual PC 2007 is downloadable from here.

Virtual PC 2007 supports the following versions of Windows as a host OS:

* Vista Business

* Vista Enterprise

* Vista Ultimate

* Windows Server 2003 Standard

* Windows Server 2003 Stardard x64

* XP Professional

* XP Professional x64

* XP Tablet PC Edition

It supports the following Windows variants as guests:

* Vista Business

* Vista Enterprise

* Vista Ultimate

* XP Tablet PC

* Windows 2000 Professional

* Windows 98 Second Edition

* IBM Os/2 Warp 4 Fixpack 15, Convenience Pack 1 and Convenience Pack 2 (How about that?)

Then there is the category of operating systems “that were supported in Virtual PC 2004 SP (Service Pack) 1 that are compatible with this release, but they are not supported.” Those include: MS DOS 6.22, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition and Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.

Via: All about Microsoft