privacy – How does browsing from a virtual machine / virtual box prevent fingerprinting or tracking?

does it increase your Internet security in terms of confidentiality / tracking / fingerprint, if you are surfing with your web browser in a virtual machine environment (virtual box + vpn)? Instead of surfing from your normal Windows operating system …

Or does a virtual machine not help you in the case of fingerprints? I just want to understand if you can use a virtual machine as an additional privacy tool and if so, on what aspects would it have an impact (IP address, virus infections, fingerprints, etc.)?

Thank you

Fingerprinting the Windows architecture from a file on a remote system

This is a post followed with this one.

Similar situation to that of the article above – I would like to know if there is a way to know the architecture (x86 or x64) of a Windows system from A file located on a remote system. This assumes that I can only read files on a remote system and that I must deduce from it.
I would like to know as many windows versions as possible, but my specific use case is Windows XP.

design – What technologies should I use for digital fingerprinting? What development strategy should I use?

I am an online survey provider and, because of the nature of my business, I receive a lot of fraud and duplicates for my investigations, which I can not control with the help of cookie restrictions.

I want to implement digital fingerprint tracking so that I can track the uniqueness of the respondent and block unwanted respondents.

I want to know what technology should I use for this project (can handle 1,000 to 1,500 requests per second or more).
I also want to know what development strategy to use for this project.

So far, I've tried Fingerprint JS, Ever Cookie, but because of my traffic that's close to a million (1 million) a day, it can not work at the moment.

All kinds of suggestions and advice are welcome. If this is not the place to ask such questions, please let me know.