Download The Robolinux Stealth VM Software for Linux Mint

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Are You one of the many new Linux Mint Users around the world who are migrating from Windows XP to Linux because you don't want to to be forced to spend hundreds of dollars or throw away your PC or laptop that is in perfectly good working condition?

If you are like most Windows XP Users who are just switching to Linux you are worried about being able to run your Windows applications. Indeed that is a problem you are looking to solve as quickly as possible.

You most likely had to install Linux Mint as a dual boot system, otherwise you would have had no access to several Windows programs you really need to run on a daily basis.

The problem is it takes a lot of time to reboot from Linux to Windows and back again all day long, plus running Windows XP or 7 on it's own is not virus Free, but you know this already. Sadly dual booting also stops you from being able to run your new favorite OS Linux Mint all the time. What you want to do is run your Windows applications inside Linux Mint.

If you're running Windows XP You are concerned and probably very worried about no more security updates and support from Microsoft which happened already on April 8th, 2014.

Is that spot on?
Announcing Robolinux C: Drive to VM! May 7th, 2014
Saves You 8 hours+ of hard work installing Windows & your Software programs from scratch!

This is perfect for Users with Windows OEM XP & 7 Disks that don't install in a VM! You can also put your C: Drive VM inside any Linux PC or laptop you want to. Supports all 500 Linux Operating Systems!

Perhaps You've heard someone tell you about running Windows in a Virtual Machine in Linux Mint but you have discovered that can be technically challenging and it definitely is for the average Windows User. Plus VirtualBox on its own cannot run Windows XP or 7 with your data virus Free. So that is not an optimal solution anyway.

Does this situation sound familiar?

Robolinux has some really good news just for You!
We've solved your Windows to Linux migration dilemma already! We started building our Robolinux OS and its innovative Stealth VM Software two years ago when Microsoft announced XP's end of life date of April 8th, 2014. Then after we took our first look at Windows 8 we were 100% convinced that many of you would switch to Linux. We built our Stealth VM Software and then tested it for over a year on our own Debian Linux OS to make sure that it was rock solid and ready for all Linux Mint Operating Systems.

Did you know that 11% of all XP Users plan to upgrade to Linux?

Robolinux invented "Revolutionary Stealth VM" so you can run Windows XP or 7 inside Linux Mint virus Free!
In just a few clicks you have your Windows XP or Windows 7 virtual machine fully configured and ready to go with absolutely no technical expertise needed. Then you simply load your Windows XP or 7 disk into the VM. Don't worry we have incredibly easy how to screens & You Tube videos to make sure anyone can do it.

Just take a look at the Robolinux menu options in the Linux Mint screens below so you can see for yourself. We have already helped tens of thousands of non technical Windows Users accomplish this task successfully. Robolinux has the necessary proven experience to make this happen for you right now!

And Best of All! Now your Windows XP or Windows 7 can run virus Free inside Linux Mint thanks to the Robolinux revolutionary Stealth VM Software that does not need Microsoft security updates or Anti Virus software to protect Windows XP or 7. This is great news for Windows XP Users who either cannot afford or simply do not want to upgrade to Windows 7 or 8 when XP expires!

The Robolinux Stealth VM Software designed for Linux Mint works with all Editions including Mint Cinnamon, Mint Mate, Mint KDE, Mint Xfce and both LMDE Cinnamon and LMDE Mate.



Download The Robolinux Stealth VM Software for Linux Mint


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