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View Poll Results: Which VT software do you prefer?
Parallels 0 0%
Virtualbox 13 37.14%
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Which virtualization software do you prefer and why?

I was using Parallels on Mac OS X, but I just switched over to Virtualbox. Parallels is horribly slow compared to both Virtualbox and VMWare, or at least it seems so. The first version they released under Sun's leadership is 1.6.2, and it seems to have quite a bit more features and support for operating systems.
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