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Ron Anders1-Mar-24 1:54
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dandy721-Mar-24 4:04
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dandy721-Mar-24 7:54
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Nelek1-Mar-24 9:01
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dandy721-Mar-24 10:10
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I keep hearing that VMware (and even Player in this case) is still the better choice according to some people, and - as far as I know - that mostly revolves around things such as better support for USB devices under virtualized OSes.

Is that your experience?

I currently have two hosts here at home, each with 64GB of RAM, dedicated to running Hyper-V. I'm not sure I'd want a third host, especially if it was for the sake of (re-)familiarizing myself with VMware's current offerings...especially with the recent licensing discussions.
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Nelek1-Mar-24 11:39
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charlieg1-Mar-24 23:01
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charlieg1-Mar-24 11:02
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Nelek1-Mar-24 11:59
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Amarnath S1-Mar-24 4:07
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trønderen1-Mar-24 6:38
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Nelek1-Mar-24 8:56
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jmaida1-Mar-24 16:28
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Gary R. Wheeler2-Mar-24 4:51
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