October 18, 2006
Microsoft VHD format no longer proprietary
Microsoft has announced that it's opening it's Virtual Hard Disk format. When you use Virtual PC, or Virtual Server, the virtual machine image is stored in a VHD file. Until now, that had been a Microsoft proprietary file format. Microsoft has announced that it's opening the format in hopes that it becomes the standard virtual hard drive format.
Posted on October 18, 2006 at 12:14 PM | Permalink
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