Software virtualization is a technology that allows applications to run without having to be installed in the "traditional" manner. The application runs in a closed system, the virtual sandbox. This technology enables the simultaneous operation of multiple applications on the same system. In this way one can, for example, operate Office 2003, 2007, 2010 products simultaneously on one system. Old applications can now be used again on new and modern operating systems. Virtualized applications can be put to use in many ways and can very easily be made portable.
To virtualize any application, simply let Evalazer create a snapshot of the system. Next, install the desired application and start the second snapshot. Evalazer now converts the installed files and registry entries together with the virtualization engine into a new EXE file. A wizard that assists the user with the creation of the file is available.