Virtualbox or VMWare
alex_snow at gmx.net
Thu Feb 17 10:48:24 EST 2011
It basicly comes down to what you prefer, a GUI or CLI for setup.
Virtualbox's GUI really isn't accessible, but it has a command-line
configuration program called VBoxManage that you can use.
On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 08:40:02AM -0000, Tim Culhane wrote:
> Hi all,
> Apologies if this is off topic, but what is the opinion of the list members
> as to the most accessible virtualisation software to use with a screen
> I've read that Virtualbox is much more responsive and efficient, but it uses
> the QT framework and thus its UI is not screen reader friendly.
> On the flip side VMWare is a bit of a resource hogger but is much more
> Would this be the opinion of people in general?
> Note I would be using the virtualisation software both with Jaws on Windows
> and Orca on linux.
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