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Go see for yourself. Download an Ubuntu Desktop ISO, create a bootable USB stick or burn a DVD, boot it up and select "Try Ubuntu". This will not alter your hard drive or install anything, Ubuntu will be run from the installation medium. If you like it, just click on the "install" icon on your desktop.


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The desktop lags because Hyper-V is using software rendering instead of using the GPU: $ /usr/lib/nux/unity_support_test -p Not software rendered: no Unity 3D supported: no This appears to be because Hyper-V has no 3D GPU acceleration capability. Hyper-V is a server-virtualization techonology that is not meant to be used for virtual desktops: It is ...


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The command lspci -v Will tell you what driver is in use for each adapter. It looks like you are only using i915 intel graphics right now. If the kernel module nvidia is not loading . . . use CTRL + ALT + F2 to enter a text session, login with your username and password and then type the following commands: sudo service lightdm stop (if you are using ...


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I've had a problem that looked the same, and the answer was that I still had bumblebee-nvidia installed. Notice that you're purging "everything NVIDIA" with sudo apt-get purge nvidia*, and the package above doesn't match that wildcard. So, try: apt-get purge bumblebee-nvidia nvidia* Then reboot, then install the relevant nvidia-xxx, nvidia-settings and ...


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Read first and make the same VM step-by-step: Benjamin Armstrong: Ubuntu 14.04 in a Generation 2 VM One chance versus two that is to alternate your hardware with second video controller and proposition for Hyper-V settings to use separate video thread. Most important part here is BIOS Hyper-V settings. Especially for Hyper-V-specific video device option. ...



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