Desktop virtualization is one of the excellent concepts that have been into the market of technology for quite some time. When you talk about desktop virtualization, you will certainly not resist taking the name of Windows 7 as well for both the desktop virtualization and Windows 7 have a very strong bond connecting them together. All the companies that are still running Windows XP might find it to be a little too painstaking as they have to go through a lot of disruption in the process and the only solution that seems to be available at one point or the other is an upgrade to Windows 7.
Distinctions of Windows 7
Windows 7 is a completely separate system compared to Windows XP though being authored by the same company. You have new and quite improved security systems integrated with Windows 7, there are new user profiles and distinct ways of taking care of all of them as well as different application capability compared to the older version. In other words, any company that has to upgrade to Windows 7 means that it has to start from the very scratch all over from the beginning. This will certainly improve the quality in which the desktop computers are delivered though.
Windows 7 and Desktop virtualization are correlated with each other. They seem to act as catalysts for each other. Windows 7 enhances the way your desktop virtualization works while desktop virtualization enhances the way your Windows 7 works on your system setting a perfect correlation assumed between two for quite some time now.
2010 has come up with plans of companies from all the directions in implementing their move to Windows 7 at one stage or the other. They are setting plans to upgrade to the new operating system considering the brighter side of the picture and the many benefits that it is rendering in the world of Information Communication Technology. There are just a handful of them who are thinking critical on the subject of Desktop Virtualization as well. They consider a lot of details in the similar domain whenever they realize the difference but as far as the implementation of Windows 7 is described as a catalyst to the desktop virtualization, this certainly is of no good as Windows 7 is said to have left the station.
Windows 7 is good yet excellent with the desktop virtualization but there still seems to be a lot more to come as improvements. The desktop virtualization concept of the Windows is not as good as the traditional desktop so there is hardly a chance that it can replace it. There are exclusive people using the desktop virtualization concept and all those that are using are in a dire need of this. The process is quite a complicated one though as you cannot get the desktop virtualization be replacing the traditional desktop requires application that are good in themselves. You need not to make the migration.
This is also because of the fact that the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure for the year 2010 has been changed compared to the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure of 2009 that does not set Windows 7 to be the perfect choice for this combination anymore.