hyper v vs virtualbox

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    William40 said:
    But why hyper-v slow down my windows ? my hardware is good.
    That part I do not understand at all. I've run HyperV on my Windows client machines over the years and never noticed a slow down of the actual host computer when doing so. (Except obviously if running active VM's that are really working hard, and using the vast majority of the hosts RAM).
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    pparks1 said:
    That part I do not understand at all. I've run HyperV on my Windows client machines over the years and never noticed a slow down of the actual host computer when doing so. (Except obviously if running active VM's that are really working hard, and using the vast majority of the hosts RAM).
    I dont understand either, I wanted to use hyper v becuase it work with the hardware directly but it make my expensive pc like a turtle. maybe there is a setting or something but dont have time to look for it.
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