Microsoft has now released beta versions of its User Experience Virtualization 2.0 and Application Virtualization 5.0 SP2 software that support the public preview of Windows 8.1.
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Microsoft has now made the release candidate version of its User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) tool available to download with some performance improvements over earlier beta versions.
Microsoft has released a second beta version of its User Experience Virtualization program, adding the ability to roam operating system settings between Windows 7 and Windows 8.