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Migrating off Vmware-Server, but where to?

On 12/02/2010 11:25 AM, Matt Shields wrote:
> I find VirtualBox on all host platforms (Windows/Linux/Mac) good consid=
> it's free, but for bare metal VM I found that nothing beats VMware.  It=
> just expensive as hell.
> If you want to run VM's on Mac, Parallels I find is better than Virtual=
>  It manages memory and cpu so much better.  Also some OS's, like window=
s it
> will hide the desktop and make the app's appear as though they are nati=
> Mac apps.  It also makes windows transparently map your home folder "My=

> Documents" to your Mac's home folder, so working between host and guest=
> easy.
This is a feature provided by some of the VMWare products too as well as
Microsoft Hyper V.

Jerry Feldman <gaf-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
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