Sorry to say that, I am no a fan for develop locally due to unpredictable changes in my local machine (and our “beloved” monthly Windows Update). You should be able to squeeze the most performance if you develop locally (in Windows) but you could end up with a troubleshooting nightmare for deployment (in Linux).
So, the Homestead box and Docker in WSL2 are great tools to make everyone develop in the same environment.
I/O PerformanceScenario It is tested for how fast your IDE (or you) reads/writes your code and other assets.
It is due to the instability of VirtualBox responding to our HTTP request, the requests were getting piled up and result in super slow responses on subsequent requests.