Many of you may had experienced that the new vSphere vCenter client may not work properly on Microsoft Windows 7. To overcome this, some of you may require to install the vSphere client on a virtual machine which run on Windows XP. Since myself is the beta tester of Windows 7, I had recently install the free edition of virtual pc for XP compatible on my laptop and I had the vSphere client install on it. To launch the vSphere vCenter client, I only need to launch the virtual application which do not require myself to power on the VM and remote log in to it. The process will as simple as single click to launch the application from my Windows 7 laptop.  Now I got the vSphere vCenter client running on my Microsoft Windows 7 without any problem.