Was just wondering how many of you use VMWare for security purposes. I have been reading about this application for some time, and finally decided to use it. This app is beyond cool! It is almost unbelieveable to me that I am now running Linux on my desktop, and using Firefox with NoScript, CookieSafe, and all those other cool extensions that I've been used to using. The thing that astounded me is how easy it is to use. Plus, as the documentation says, since this is actually a computer within a computer, it is separate from my XP system and immune to all the crapware that infects Windows. Also, a lot of software that wouldn't run right in XP run like clockwork in Ubuntu Linux (OS included in browser appliance). Also, there are other virtual machines (that include software packages and other versions of Linux) that you can download and run with the VMWare virtual macine. I have simply been amazed at my browsing and download speed with the lightness of Linux as compared to the heaviness of XP. While very different, it is somewhat the same principle as running a sandbox - keeping the browser separate from the rest of the system. There are so many other things I could talk about. The nice thing about it is that you don't have to be a technical person to run this - the VMWare app does everything for you. Was a very strange feeling to see an Ubuntu Linux computer booting up inside my actual computer. People, you have to try this app! You can download updates, software, etc just like you can on your actual machine. Also, the graphics are superb. In fact, a lot of the open source software looks and runs much better in Linux than it does in XP. The security aspect is the best thing. Like I said, it is immune to the crapola that affects Windows. Anyway, would appreciate any insights or experiences that others have had with this software. It's really a blast!