How much of a performance does using QEMU virtualization incur on a Windows host, when both the host and vm are running the same CPU?
Older articles indicate that using
kqemu avoided the slow down in performance if both host and vm used the same instruction set. But it seems that
kqemu is not used much recently or is not available for 64 bit systems.
Are more recent versions capable of maintaining performance without the use of `kqemu'?