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I would have to vote for VMWare... It is far more robust, and supports hardware forwarding MUCH better than Virtualbox does... You can do a lot more cool tricks with VMWare than you can with Virtualbox. Also, VMWare has tech notes about most of these tricks... Like booting another OS on your physical system so you don't have to reboot to get to your other OS, or simultaneous input from two separate systems allowing one computer to split into two (Or more) separately controlled systems with independent input. As well as booting network drives, or countless other tricks...