Qemu Manager v7.0 Updated

lwc on 12 Mar 2019

Qemu Manager is an interface for QEMU that makes it easy to understand and use for average users. It provides facilities for configuring, running and managing virtual machines and the associated storage, peripherals and devices.

QEMU is a processor emulator that allows VMWare-style virtual machines, enabling users to run another operating system inside, including Windows and Linux. Using a technique called "dynamic translation" QEMU can virtualize different system architectures including PowerPC, S390, and more.

Category:
System Requirements: WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
License: GPLv2
How to extract:
  1. Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice
  2. Launch QemuManager.exe
  3. Open qemumanager.exe.manifest with a text editor and delete the tag <trustInfo xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v2"> along with its content (this way Qemu Manager doesn't request elevation when launched under Windows Vista/7)
Administrator rights are required for KQEMU Accelerator support, and if you don't want to leave any trace on the host machine, you must uninstall the driver upon exit.

18 comments on Qemu Manager  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Napiophelios 2013-08-14 02:16

@Peter202 : The author's website is gone too but Download.com (cnet) has it still.

http://download.cnet.com/Qemu-Manager/3000-2094_4-75451507.html

Just dont use the big green "Download Now" button,
click the "direct download" link below it.

v7.0

Peter202 2013-08-10 17:55

Download link not working.

v7.0

TP109 2010-08-15 01:38

Simple to use and much faster than other virtual emulators.

Idunno 2010-05-20 07:04

MobaLiveCD front ending for QEMU offers a wonderfully simply one click VM particularly for the inexperienced user such as myself. Unfortunately my experience parallels that of einstein on the MobaLiveCD page. In trying to run Puppy 5 boot time was about 10 minutes and response to key clicks was on the order of 30 seconds. I also set up a VM using QEMU and tried to run Puppy. The results were the same.(This was my first attempt at setting up a VM so I could have done it wrong).

However, the blog on MobaLiveCD on this website suggests much better results are possible. It also offered a possible clue to the slowness. In the blog ashghost points out that MobaLiveCD is only for 32 bit systems. My system is an XP Pro 64 service pack 2 running on an AMD 64 x2 Dual Core 5200+.

I have entered this comment on both the MobaLiveCD and QEMU pages because it is applicable to both.

Truetype 2010-04-08 08:31

Could someone help me.
I've just downloaded the portable 7.0 version, and used on a usb stick under win7. After tried to use on another pc with Win XP and letter drive changed the Manager pop up some error message box that cannot resolve the drive letter and path that was assigned to the image in the win7 pc.
Now the path is {QM}\images isnt it?
So only the letter is another... why qemu search the that path.
What could i do to resolve this problem i need a version that could run on every system and in a stick not installed or i am force to use the installation version.

petronius 2010-04-07 01:05

Someone please consider making a cleanup utility to automatically clean up after Qemu!!!
That would be an excellent thing and would make using it easier for the less technically minded portable enthusiast.

bigstusexy 2009-04-20 15:30

CrazyJohnny, if you mean VMWare Server does not support USB Devices then you are incorrect, VMWare Server supports USB devices and version 2.0 supports USB 2.0 (thank goodness!) the only thing to note is that with at least version 2.0 the Image host is the only system it can pull USB ports from, unlike CDs where it can use the server or host or virtual.

Guido 2009-04-20 08:30

Can anybody tell me how to create a VM (virtual machine) of XP with Qemu?

filobus 2008-09-03 08:21

for alberto: Mojopac needs administrator privilegies (you can use usher, but even that needs admin privileges)...

alberto 2008-08-08 08:48

I am just starting with virtual machines. But if you want to take your desktop abroad in a USB portable way, you could try the free version of Mojopack (3rings). It does that in an authomatic way. Although that shouldn't be considered an easy task... You should read the forums for a while.
To do secure connections, you should only trust https:// connections. Besides spyware and keyloggers, there is also the problem of proxy servers that could read you data if it is not encrypted like when using SSL.
Sandboxie also takes care of not leaving trace of your browsing and not catching viruses.

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