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Using "Undo" disk on Virtual PC, you can do all sorts of crazy things to the PC and "undo" everything easily?

Using "Undo" disk on Virtual PC, you can do all sorts of crazy things to the PC and "undo" everything easily?

It seems like using Virtual PC 2007, if an "Undo" disk option is selected when setting up this Virtual PC, you can play with the Virtual PC for a few hours, install all sorts of software, toolbar, etc, etc. And at the end, when you shut down the Virtual machine, just don't commit the change to the hard drive, and NOTHING ever happened to hard drive? Is it that good?

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Guest [Entry]

You are correct. The undo disk can take up a lot a space though. At our shop we decided to skip the undo disk and instead keep a copy of the hard drive file. When we want a fresh machine we copy the virtual hard drive file over the existing vhd file and we're good to go.