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There are so many things wrong with this picture... For starters, that's a lot of tabs. Firefox is probably having trouble managing all that. I am guessing that you have quite a bit more than 2 to 3 gigs of RAM in your machine, but since you are on Windows, Firefox is a 32-bit application. This means it has some restrictions, one of them being that it cannot ...
There will be no measurable performance difference, as the data will never be send through the ethernet interface. One disadvantage of your configuration is, that if you change the ip of the server, you will need to reconfigure the web app! If you set to localhost / 127.0.0.1 you won't have this problem.
It depends, but without more information it's impossible to say that one solution will give you the best performance boost across the board on all your machines. You'll need to monitor the resource usage of each host to make an informed decision. I haven't used Hyper-V, but I have used VMware vSphere and it provides a nice resource utilization dashboard. ...
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