post #11 of 11
VirtualBox has always treated me well enough but I only use it for Netflix, occasional chatting on Steam, or testing out an operating system. Sure the performance could be better, but considering it's open source I'm just happy to have it as another tool available. Like the article mentions, this is one of those instances where if you're doing commercial work you should take another look at VMWare or other paid alternatives.


Sometimes I wonder what it would be like if the Vbox team left Oracle and forked the project (ie LibreOffice).