> How much memory should I be looking at, 16GB or 32GB? Normally I would gear it around
> what I planned to do, but I've never run VMs before and am a bit confused by their
> memory requirements.
> And finally, we're using Windows XP x86, so both computers are in need of a current
> OS. It'll be Windows 7 x64, but should I go with Home Premium or Professional? Can
> Home Premium run VM programs like VirtualBox or VMWare Player without choking?
> And a semi related question, are Blu-ray burners worth the $100 or is the technology
> still too new to be viable? I ask because of the 25GB disc size and the fact that the
> price per disc has become somewhat reasonable.
FOr CPU, not sure, but with RAM, it dependson what os you use to virtualize and how many you run. If it's Windows 7 with 2GB of ram and only one VM, 16GB is plenty. And i'd go with home premium. Neither will limit you in what you do (Virtualbox or the like aren't affected bythe edition) but HomeP is cheaper.
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