> It truly is a seamless integration of operating
> systems that will help to remove confusion from
> the new user when they are having to work within
> a virtual machine.
Having two overlapping application groups, with access to different file systems, running on different task bars using different [Start]-like buttons -- this is much more confusing to a new user than to just stick with one desktop environment (just KDE, or just Windows, or just GNOME).
As useful as virtualization can be, in no way does meshing the real/host OS and the guest OS make the experience less confusing.
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