When looking at the screen of a PC running VM, how can one tell the VM
picture from 'the real thing'?
I can imagine it might not be too difficult if the 'real' machine was
Vista and the VM was XP but what if both were running Windows XP?
Any help or guidance will be much appreciated. TIA.
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