Try using N-Lite for XP or V-Lite for Vista.<-->
Another thing that needs to be set is under “Regional and Language Options” in the Control Panel, in the Languages tab, the “Install files for East Asian languages” must be checked as well. A reboot will need to take place after the files are installed.
This was a cool review! It talks about how everything runs better on XP that it does on Vista. I’ve actually rolled back to XP on a couple of machines myself and me and the other person would not go back to Vista again.
This is a total load of FUD. Like most of the comments here, I must agree. Even WHEN this so-called HyperV does come out, it still will lack the features that VMware currently HAS! If you’re already running VMware, why would you DOWNGRADE!? If you’re not, why would you adopt an UNPROVEN LOSER 1.0 release!? Just like a lot of people are upgrading from Vista to XP, people will be upgrading from HyperV to VI3, which will be 2 years OLD by the time HyperV comes out. VMware stays atop for at least 5 years as nobody comes close just yet.
Here’s the story:
http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/m … teid=yhoof