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As one can see, there isn't much in the way of performance improvements
between VirtualBox 4.1.20 and VirtualBox 4.2 RC1, at least as it pertains to Ubuntu
Linux 12.04 LTS and with Intel Virtualization from a Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor. But wait there is...