Hyper-V vs VirtualBox: A basic comparison

Hyper-V and VirtualBox both are Virtualization platforms Type-1 (bare metal) and Type 2 hypervisor respectively. Whereas Hyper-V is only for Windows platform while VirtualBox is a cross-platform Virtualization application. Windows is already a quite matured platform, and with time, it is getting handy new features for a different niche of users. One of them is the Hyper-V feature, which, however, isn’t new. Microsoft introduced Hyper-V in Windows 8, and it is obviously available on Windows 10, as well. Hyper-V is a native hypervisor, which can be used to run or virtualize a different operating system on a Windows computer. So, … Continue reading Hyper-V vs VirtualBox: A basic comparison