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If this is an incorrect sub for this question, I apologize, I will be glad to move it.
I have recently came to the conclusion that I use Linux more than my primary OS (its in a VM currently). My computer has 16 gb of memory, and I am spending more time in a VM with 4 gb of memory, this is troubling to me.
I want to reverse this scenario.
Here are my issues. I enjoy occasional gaming. That was the primary reason I built my computer, and why I run Windows (yuck). I am also a student of information security, so Kali is the VM I spend the majority of my time in.
So my questions are:
If I switch to my primary OS as linux, how well does it handle VMs such as Kali (Its not a good OS to run as a primary OS, as its more geared for security research).
If linux handles VMs good, is there a way that I can run Windows as a VM for gaming (would it run video as my graphics card?)? Or would I be better suited to dual boot?
Here is my hdd set up, if that matters:
250 GB SSD with Windows installed 60 GB SSD with Kali VM 1 TB HDD for data in Windows
What would be the best course of action for me? Also, which distro is best to use with Nvidia graphics card (GTX 780), MSI motherboard, and Intel i5k Sandy Bridge processor?submitted by Maleus21
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