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How to Speed Up VMWare, Oracle VirtualBox and Microsoft Hyper-V Virtual Machines
In this article, we’ll deal with several ways of boosting performance of a VMware Workstation, Oracle VirtualBox, Microsoft Hyper-V or any other virtual machine.
Virtual machines are quite resource-intensive applications, as in the course of their work several operating systems are actually running on one computer. As a result, a virtual machine can be much slower than the main operating system or even experience some lagging.
Recovering Data of a Microsoft Hyper-V Virtual Machine
Read about recovering a deleted Hyper-V virtual machine or contents of a Hyper-V virtual machine disk, and the built-in tools or third-party utilities for recovery.
Applications for creating virtual machines exist to create one or several virtual machines in one computer; these machines have their own independent operating systems and disks, the space for which is allocated on the computer’s main hard disk.
Recovering Data of Oracle VM VirtualBox Virtual Machine (*.vdi, *.vmdk, *.vhd, *.hdd, *.qed, *.qcow)
Read about recovering a deleted Oracle VirtualBox virtual machine or the contents of a virtual machine disk, and the built-in virtual machine tools or third-party utilities for recovery.
Oracle VM VirtualBox is a powerful virtualization tool for corporate and home users. In addition to being a multi-purpose tool, it is also one of the few professional solutions which are free to use. With the help of this software you can create a vritual machine on any of the main operating systems including: Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux and Solaris.
Recovering Data Of a VMware Virtual Machine
Read about recovering a deleted VMware Workstation virtual machine or the contents of a virtual machine disk, and the built-in virtual machine tools or third-party utilities for recovery.
VMware Workstation and VMware Player are virtualization software meant to enable simultaneous work of several operating systems on a single physical computer. In this case, one of the operating systems works as a virual machine based on VMware.