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I much prefer offloading VMs into a cloud service, or remote OpenStack server. Maybe that's because my laptop is woefully underpowered though.
Strazil4733yVM all the way here... I used to dual boot, but then again. With the specs you have on a pc now, why would you...
drRoss52693yIf you don't have a server with a hypervisor on it, get HyperV on your Windows machine.
If I need to actually use the OS for a specific feature and will use it alot I'll dual boot. If I just need to test a script I made to see if it works and can't be run in the current system then vm
Duel boot... it's more fun you get to learn more