Serious geek out
I’ve not been using the processing power of my 8 core PC, so decided to see what it could do this afternoon.
Both are currently installing, and I have not seen so much activity across all cores before.
Having Windows as a VM will save me heaps of time and frustration, as I will no longer have to log out of Ubuntu, and close files to work in Windows… I wonder if I will be able to log on to works network from the Windows VM?
Update: I can log onto my work network, installing java for windows now. I’m amazed by the speed!
I have also installed MS Office, can’t believe I didn’t think of this sooner.
So I boot into Ubuntu, can open VM’s for Windows to my work network, and a tor connection through Debian to the internet.
Next mission is to add a VM file server 🙂