I prefer VM than SD infact VirtualBox is good since it has also snapshot feature.There's a difference between SD and VM in that your host machine fingerprint is always there with SD. With VM your host machine fingerprint is not exposed since you are operating through the VM
I'm now trying with VirtualBox. Thinking of running 2 VPNs from different providers. One on the host machine and one inside the VM
BTW, if I'll to use say Windows 10 Pro 32-bit in the VM do I need an activation key (license)?
Ubuntu Virtual Machine Images for VirtualBox and VMware scroll down and you will see also 32 bit version.Anyone has a link to Ubuntu 32-bit iso image? It seems Ubuntu is migrating to 64-bit
The last Ubuntu x 32 version was 16.04.05 (LTS).Anyone has a link to Ubuntu version 18.xx 32-bit iso image? It seems Ubuntu is migrating to 64-bit
As the title says: what do you prefer to stay more secure? Using ALWAYS a VM (like VMWare or VirtualBox or Shadow Defender) or, on the contrary, rely only on the security of the host system?
Yes for games I can't play but atleast... good protection!Pure VDI operation is really only good in some corporate/enterprise environments because it significantly impacts performance. AKA Thin Clients, which are virtualized desktops work wonders for stopping all manner of intrusions/infections, but they generally feel sluggish and have limitations.
Games especially won't be running in VDI.