Originally Posted by dizzy4
Dizzy's Guide to Creating a Gaming VMVirtualization is the future of computing and is already being used in many capacities today. In writing this guide I hope to educate our community to it's benefits, usage and limitations. The more support it has, the further developed it will become. That is also my goal for this guide; to see it become simplified and offer broader support for hardware and software.
- Reset the VM without having to hard reset the system
- Uninterrupted sessions of other VMs
- Ability to run the latest games on a VM
- Being able to use all that extra Memory and those Cores
Nice effort. Strange guide tho. Reset VM is a + somehow? I can as easy run uninterrupted VM's while my base OS is windows... Ability to run latest games on VM is same as ability to run latest games on my PC. Last point is even more out of the line...
The real advantage is having one very beefy server-like system that can give fully working game system over RDP to all my devices. For instance I really hate heavy laptops and don't see any reason to buy laptop packed with ssd, i7 and discrete graphics. On other side I'll have to still be in lan because synchronous connection is way over "gaming" laptops price.
Another huge advantage would be in family+kids environment.
Average consumer and virtualization is a waste of time.
Vmware > citrix btw