Let me start by saying that I’m
new to virtualization.I’m running Windows
8 on my laptop, but would like to virtualize Ubuntu so that I can boot it for running
code, testing Linux programs, etc. I tried this with Virtual PC 2007 (I
allocated 1G of RAM for Ubuntu), and it was very slow. I’ve been told that Hyper-V
would provide better performance.Is
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