Developers, IT administrators, and power users who need to run virtual operating systems inside Windows will have much more advanced capabilities than were available with Windows Virtual PC and Windows XP Mode.
What does VOS stand for?
VOS stands for Virtual Operating System
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We have 77 other meanings of VOS in our Acronym Attic
- Vehicle Ownership Survey (Canadian Automobile Association)
- Veiligheid op Straat (Dutch: Safety on Street)
- Venue Operating System
- Verbal Operating System
- Versión Original Subtitulada (Spanish: Original Version with Subtitles)
- Video Operating System
- Vintage Original Spec (musical instrument collection)
- Virginia Orthopaedic Society
- Virtual Object System
- Virtual Office Solutions (Verizon)
- Virtual Orchestra Studio
- Visit Our Sponsor
- Visus Oculi Sinistri (Latin: Vision - Left Eye)
- Vluchtige Organische Stoffen (Dutch: Volatile Organic Matter)
- Voice of the Shuttle (humanities-related resources website)
- Voice Operated Switch
- Voice Over Sound
- Voices of Soul (Brandeis University; Boston, MA)
- Vojenske Obranne Spravodajstvo (Military Defense Service, Slovakia)
- Volatile Organic Substance
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The transition to the cloud will affect the strength of the (direct and indirect) network effects of the virtual operating systems and will therefore likely change the pattern of competition in the market, as well as the equilibrium outcomes.
Virtual PC allows you to set up another virtual operating system (such as XP) within your Vista desktop from which you can install and run programs as though you are working on another PC.
Currently, ONE's OSI protocol stack is available on the following platforms: Windows NT, AIX, Solaris, VxWorks, Lynx, pSOS, VRTX, OS-9000, and Virtual Operating System.
1972 IBM, SVS, and MVS announced virtual operating systems.