// 06.Sep.2009

Xenocode and Multiple IEs

Xenocode virtualizes the operating system services seen by the application, and provides a virtual view of the filesystem, registry, and so on. This lie is complete enough that even third-party OS utilities believe it, and report that the code is running from Program Files directories that don't exist.

So far, it looks like it really works. It's a great way to get multiple IE support on one machine.

Last Revision: September 6th, 2009 at 02:02

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