I use VBox a lot to study ISO's that I've downloaded from share sites.I know that there appears to be some Virtualization stuff in the BIOS of the computer but it doesn't seem to make a difference in the operation of the virtual OS.To date it doesn't seem to me that all vhd files,as an example,have the same characteristics.Windows will make a vhd in it's image recovery system and VBox will make a vhd also.VMWare doesn't appear to be able to make a vhd.Microsoft's Virtual PC will not run vhd's.Some ISO files look like they were meant to start up in the BIOS or even the CPU.I wouldn't get too hung up on the current rules for operating a computer.It's going to be whatever somebody can get to work."It will never work" coming from a corporate software site might ruin them in the end.
Software controls the voltages and the frequencies in the computer.I could go alien on you but if it worked you'd use it.
Downloading isn't all that easy.Some might see it as an impossible concept to understand.Older software,especially some video animation and editing programs,seem to have been written back stage at the rock concert.The approach there is entirely different than the one we see now.You need to look at a lot of software to understand just the idea here.SynthMaker is way deep in engineering.You don't whip one out with the click of a button.To be able to backup,erase and restore gives you a freedom that you'd never have any other way.You keep going till she freezes up,then it's erase and restore.Right clicking might be impossible for some.Creating partitions,formatting or dual booting the same.It's an engineers toy.
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