I am posting this from Firefox in Linux Mint, running in VirtualBox in Windows 10, using settings synced with the settings of Firefox in Windows 10. It's all nicely incestuously intertwined. Installing Linux in VirtualBox has again reminded me why I hate Linux more than I like it! Linux Mint seems to play nicest with the latest virtualbox, but even it was a pain to get functioning properly with all the extensions and add-ons. But after an hour of headbanging and trolling the inter... ahem!... researching forums on my issues... I finally have it running with a shared folder to windows, and a shared clipboard with windows, as well as limited hardware accelerated graphics and USB 2/3 support. I started on this quest, so I could try out the Linux only video editors, to see how they stack up. I can already tell that I'm not going to get along with my first attempt, which is the multi-window-mess known as Cinelerra. Next I'll be trying KDEnlive and PiTiVi, though this last one sounds like it's still a work in progress. I'll also see about Openshot. The nice thing about using Virtualbox, is how easy it is to blow away an entire installation, when things totally don't work out. (You hear me, Kubuntu!?!?!?) I am learning to HATE the word "sudo"... Setting up VirtualBox can be a bit trying as well, installing the extensions in virtualbox, as well as the virtualbox addons within Linux itself. Till you get it just right, making that shared folder will DRIVE YOU UP THE FREAKING WALL!!!!!!! GWARGH!!!!!!!!!!! Edit: I am in Dependency Hell... Sigh.