Kind of weird that this is your first post. Most of what you say is just plain rubbish. Try googling "vmlite benchmarks". Nada, zero, zip nothing. Secondly, it IS virtualbox so it cannot really be 'better' per se, although it might provide some additional functionality.
I originally posted to clarify some issues and all I seem to be getting is FUD. What exactly is the licensing with vmlite? Does it violate the gpl or not?
There are numerous cases of gpl software being commercialised by unscrupulous people. VMlite, initially, comes across as being one of these. If that is the case then people would be better off being pointed to the original developers (virtualbox). Particularly as some of the 'features' of vmlite are actually just features of virtualbox. If not then it would be a case of simply clarifying the relationship between vmlite and virtualbox, not from a 'feature' comparison but from a licensing standpoint.
I'm not really seeing why this is so hard?
1) I didn't refer anyone to try googling for benchmark
Use your own machine and a watchdog timer, better use windows own performance counters to benchmark it, why rely on others?
2) If a parent is good why can't child be better than a parent? meaning :why can't vmlite be better than virtualbox?
3) Quality of a software and the problem of licensing are far apart (I believe it so)
I strongly feel vmlite violates gpl but...
AMD, microsoft all had problems on licenses, infact AMD created their first microprocessor by reversing the intel's own little endian cpu...
We are not denying AMD, do we?
so that's not a good reason to deny their capability, atleast doing something is better than doing nothing.
4) There need not be any relation between the number of post one makes and the quality of its contents.(No offense)
If someone knows a truth or logic which is believed to be true, there is really no 'rubbish' in sharing those with others..